Community leaders in a village near Downham will be giving residents the chance to have their say on potential future housing developments in their area from today.
The parish council in Stoke Ferry is holding a series of clinics between today and Tuesday for villagers to have their say on the possibility of more homes being built in the village in the future.
The authority also plans to hold an open meeting in the village hall next Thursday, September 19, from 7.30pm for local people to have their say on the issue.
Parish clerk Carol Hardy said: “One or two people have made some inquiries and also comments about it.”
Under West Norfolk Council’s proposals for locating around 6,000 additional homes in the borough between now and 2026, Stoke Ferry has been designated as a Key Rural Service Centre which would support further growth
Officials say 15 new properties could be accommodated in the village.
Clinics will be held on the hill, at the junction of High Street and Wretton Road, today and tomorrow and then on Monday and Tuesday, for councillors to talk to groups of residents and hear their thoughts.
The sessions are scheduled for between 10am and 12.30pm, 2pm and 5pm and 7pm to 9pm. Consultations on the borough proposals end on October 4.