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The £35 million floating eco-resort vision for Ashwicken goes to planners

The £35 million floating eco-resort vision for Ashwicken goes to planners

The £35 million floating eco-resort vision for Ashwicken goes to planners

The plan is for a unique leisure facility to create jobs and inject £8 into Norfolk's economy.


Sedgeford solar farm a "real opportunity for biodiversity enhancements", say developers

Sedgeford solar farm a "real opportunity for biodiversity enhancements", say developers

Sedgeford solar farm a "real opportunity for biodiversity enhancements", say developers

Project leaders for the Sedgeford Hall solar farm have called for community suggestions for how they can make the greatest impact on the area.


Norfolk's £102m contract to send waste out of the county

Norfolk's £102m contract to send waste out of the county

Norfolk's £102m contract to send waste out of the county

Anti-incinerator campaigner questions its 'green' credentials.


West Norfolk a priority for £220m funding as bids open for innovative projects

West Norfolk a priority for £220m funding as bids open for innovative projects

West Norfolk a priority for £220m funding as bids open for innovative projects

Bidding is open for West Norfolk organisations to win a share of the £220 million government fund set to be invested in projects to boost the economy.


Norfolk councils join forces to sign £230 million waste collection contract

Norfolk councils join forces to sign £230 million waste collection contract

Norfolk councils join forces to sign £230 million waste collection contract

One company will collect waste and recycling across West Norfolk, Breckland and North Norfolk.


Campaign aims to cut single-use product waste in Norfolk

Campaign aims to cut single-use product waste in Norfolk

Campaign aims to cut single-use product waste in Norfolk

Norfolk County Council has launched a new campaign aiming to cut single-use product waste across the county.


Norfolk to get better broadband after being dubbed as one of 'UK's slowest'

Norfolk to get better broadband after being dubbed as one of 'UK's slowest'

Norfolk to get better broadband after being dubbed as one of 'UK's slowest'

The county is to get Ultra Fast fibre


Tourist site boss demands action over flooding in the Burnhams

Tourist site boss demands action over flooding in the Burnhams

Tourist site boss demands action over flooding in the Burnhams

Anglian Water is accused of failure to maintain an ageing sewage system.


West Norfolk nature project leads the way on World Rewilding Day

West Norfolk nature project leads the way on World Rewilding Day

West Norfolk nature project leads the way on World Rewilding Day

Wild Ken Hill will feature in Rewilding Britain's online event.


Developer unveils plan for new West Norfolk solar farm capable of powering more than 6,000 homes

Developer unveils plan for new West Norfolk solar farm capable of powering more than 6,000 homes

Developer unveils plan for new West Norfolk solar farm capable of powering more than 6,000 homes

A virtual consultation event will take place online next week.


Petition to Stop The Floods after severe flooding in East Anglia

Petition to Stop The Floods after severe flooding in East Anglia

Petition to Stop The Floods after severe flooding in East Anglia

More than 1,500 people across the UK have signed a businessman’s petition calling for government funding to protect East Anglia from future flooding.


Housing scheme for Lynn car sales site

Housing scheme for Lynn car sales site

Housing scheme for Lynn car sales site

Showroom would be demolished to make way for 15 houses and apartments.


'Get your act together.' Committee demands water company action over West Norfolk flooding problems

'Get your act together.' Committee demands water company action over West Norfolk flooding problems

'Get your act together.' Committee demands water company action over West Norfolk flooding problems

A councillor has claimed bosses raised concerns about the ability of local infrastructure to cope with demands five years ago.


Breckland Council backs plan to go carbon neutral by 2035

Breckland Council backs plan to go carbon neutral by 2035

Breckland Council backs plan to go carbon neutral by 2035

More than £500,000 is set to be spent on the project.


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