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West Norfolk Council ponders bigger fines for flytipping

West Norfolk Council ponders bigger fines for flytipping

West Norfolk Council ponders bigger fines for flytipping

31 December 2018

The penalties could also target people responsible for waste, even if they didn't dump it themselves


Swaffham residents set up forum due to town council concerns

Swaffham residents set up forum due to town council concerns

Swaffham residents set up forum due to town council concerns

22 December 2018

Group of residents set up group after questioning the town council being property developers for Days Field site


Fakenham groups urged to bid for Market Towns Initiative cash

Fakenham groups urged to bid for Market Towns Initiative cash

Fakenham groups urged to bid for Market Towns Initiative cash

22 December 2018

Nearly £40,000 is still available under the district council scheme


Review ordered into contentious Egmere business park

Review ordered into contentious Egmere business park

Review ordered into contentious Egmere business park

21 December 2018

But the new district council administration has remained tightlipped over how much the probe will cost


Study to identify new sports facilities in Swaffham undertaken by Breckland Council

Study to identify new sports facilities in Swaffham undertaken by Breckland Council

Study to identify new sports facilities in Swaffham undertaken by Breckland Council

21 December 2018

Breckland Council has appointed Max Associates as local stakeholders urged to attend consultation event


Council hits back over fears for King's Lynn Guildhall site

Council hits back over fears for King's Lynn Guildhall site

Council hits back over fears for King's Lynn Guildhall site

20 December 2018

A new charity has been formed and 'considerable progress' made towards securing the future of the historic site, officials claim


Major chain bids for new pub and hotel on edge of King's Lynn

Major chain bids for new pub and hotel on edge of King's Lynn

Major chain bids for new pub and hotel on edge of King's Lynn

19 December 2018

Marstons is seeking permission to develop part of the Morston Point site


Fury as Foulden homes bid is backed by councillors for a second time

Fury as Foulden homes bid is backed by councillors for a second time

Fury as Foulden homes bid is backed by councillors for a second time

18 December 2018

Breckland Council had been warned of possible legal action against its original decision


Council approves hundreds of new homes in South Wootton

Council approves hundreds of new homes in South Wootton

Council approves hundreds of new homes in South Wootton

17 December 2018

The borough's mayor urged members to act in the area's interests, rather than accepting government demands


Ex-deputy mayor back in Swaffham town council following vote

Ex-deputy mayor back in Swaffham town council following vote

Ex-deputy mayor back in Swaffham town council following vote

17 December 2018

Stewart Bell will fill the vacancy on Swaffham Town Council


King's Lynn Innovation Centre to be handed back to council after loan talks

King's Lynn Innovation Centre to be handed back to council after loan talks

King's Lynn Innovation Centre to be handed back to council after loan talks

12 December 2018

Council chiefs say their focus is to achieve the 'best outcome for taxpayers'

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West Norfolk MP says he 'deplores attempted coup' against Prime Minister Theresa May

West Norfolk MP says he 'deplores attempted coup' against Prime Minister Theresa May

West Norfolk MP says he 'deplores attempted coup' against Prime Minister Theresa May

12 December 2018

A West Norfolk MP has said he "deplores" the call for vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership which she will face later today


West Norfolk MP welcomes Prime Minister's decision to postpone vote on Brexit Withdrawal Agreement

West Norfolk MP welcomes Prime Minister's decision to postpone vote on Brexit Withdrawal Agreement

West Norfolk MP welcomes Prime Minister's decision to postpone vote on Brexit Withdrawal Agreement

11 December 2018

North West Norfolk MP Sir Henry Bellingham has welcomed the Prime Minister's decision to postpone the vote on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.


Much Ado about Guildhall as new campaign group claims historic King's Lynn theatre is at risk

Much Ado about Guildhall as new campaign group claims historic King's Lynn theatre is at risk

Much Ado about Guildhall as new campaign group claims historic King's Lynn theatre is at risk

11 December 2018

A new group will meet the owners of the St George's Guildhall in the coming weeks amid fears its historic theatre could be lost forever


Group representing King's Lynn residents respond to proposals for 'Nelson Quay' project

Group representing King's Lynn residents respond to proposals for 'Nelson Quay' project

Group representing King's Lynn residents respond to proposals for 'Nelson Quay' project

10 December 2018

A group representing those who live close to the historic riverfront in Lynn have submitted their feedback on the plans to develop the area.


Major homes plan for site close to South Wootton to be heard by planning committee next week

Major homes plan for site close to South Wootton to be heard by planning committee next week

Major homes plan for site close to South Wootton to be heard by planning committee next week

10 December 2018

A major planning application for up to 450 new homes on a site of land close to South Wootton will be discussed at a special meeting next week.


Norfolk and Fenland MPs out in force across region to promote Brexit deal ahead of crucial vote on Tuesday

Norfolk and Fenland MPs out in force across region to promote Brexit deal ahead of crucial vote on Tuesday

Norfolk and Fenland MPs out in force across region to promote Brexit deal ahead of crucial vote on Tuesday

08 December 2018

Local MP Liz Truss told businesses across the region she believes Theresa May's Brexit deal is the "right deal".


EU citizens living in West Norfolk remains steady despite Brexit vote

EU citizens living in West Norfolk remains steady despite Brexit vote

EU citizens living in West Norfolk remains steady despite Brexit vote

08 December 2018

Office for National Statistics shows West Norfolk EU citizens remain steady, despite national figures rising

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Councillor says Swaffham swimming pool proposal is unrealistic

Councillor says Swaffham swimming pool proposal is unrealistic

Councillor says Swaffham swimming pool proposal is unrealistic

07 December 2018

Swimming pool committee yet to present a sustainable idea to Breckland Council to justify new pool, says councillor


Fakenham boosted by £60k Market Towns grant awards

Fakenham boosted by £60k Market Towns grant awards

Fakenham boosted by £60k Market Towns grant awards

05 December 2018

District council chiefs have approved funding for several town schemes


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