Homes plan for former King’s Lynn school site

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Around 40 homes could be built on the site of Gaywood’s former Alderman Jackson School and adjoining ex-children’s services offices.

Norfolk County Council owns both sites and has applied for permission for the principle of demolishing existing buildings and replacing them with homes.

Documents submitted to West Norfolk Council show Marsh House, in Marsh Lane, could accommodate around 14 homes and the school site could take around 25 homes.

The application is open to consultation and is awaiting consideration.