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Second solar farm application for West Norfolk in two weeks

Second solar farm application for West Norfolk in two weeks

Second solar farm application for West Norfolk in two weeks

Walpole solar scheme will generate power for 10,150 homes.


Work on King's Lynn housing development could start as early as next summer

Work on King's Lynn housing development could start as early as next summer

Work on King's Lynn housing development could start as early as next summer

New revised scheme is for approximately 228 homes, with a mix of two, three and four-bed properties available to buy.


Colourful space created for passengers and pollinators

Colourful space created for passengers and pollinators

Colourful space created for passengers and pollinators

Downham station's new garden has passengers and pollinators buzzing.


Solar farm could generate power for 13,500 homes

Solar farm could generate power for 13,500 homes

Solar farm could generate power for 13,500 homes

Application submitted for a large solar farm on outskirts of King's Lynn.


'We want others to follow our lead on climate change', says council as green heat work begins at second King's Lynn site

'We want others to follow our lead on climate change', says council as green heat work begins at second King's Lynn site

'We want others to follow our lead on climate change', says council as green heat work begins at second King's Lynn site

Nearly £4 million is set to be spent reducing carbon emissions at public buildings in West Norfolk.


Residents urged to get back in caddy habit as food waste collections resume

Residents urged to get back in caddy habit as food waste collections resume

Residents urged to get back in caddy habit as food waste collections resume

West Norfolk people will once again be able to recycle waste food from next week after a 16 month gap.


End of Covid restrictions set to restart West Norfolk food waste collection service

End of Covid restrictions set to restart West Norfolk food waste collection service

End of Covid restrictions set to restart West Norfolk food waste collection service

The plan to lift remaining coronavirus restrictions next week means the service is set to resume then after a 15 month suspension.


Council chiefs pledge to work with green groups to protect sensitive site

Council chiefs pledge to work with green groups to protect sensitive site

Council chiefs pledge to work with green groups to protect sensitive site

The commitment follows the scaling back of a controversial housing project just weeks after it was given the go-ahead.


Green Britain Centre to become new headquarters of international business

Green Britain Centre to become new headquarters of international business

Green Britain Centre to become new headquarters of international business

A safety equipment company is set to swap its King's Lynn headquarters for Swaffham early next year.


'Where do you stand?' Norfolk County Council urged to explain stance on incinerator proposal

'Where do you stand?' Norfolk County Council urged to explain stance on incinerator proposal

'Where do you stand?' Norfolk County Council urged to explain stance on incinerator proposal

A public consultation is underway, but county councillors won't now get the chance to debate the issue until the autumn.


North Runcton church shows North West Norfolk MP its restoration project

North Runcton church shows North West Norfolk MP its restoration project

North Runcton church shows North West Norfolk MP its restoration project

James Wild visits after supporting its request to lobby Government over VAT reclaim scheme.


MP backs project to protect coastal birds

MP backs project to protect coastal birds

MP backs project to protect coastal birds

Wildlife charities have been highlighting their work to protect vital seaside species.


Trio race the sun in fundraising driving challenge

Trio race the sun in fundraising driving challenge

Trio race the sun in fundraising driving challenge

Three men travelled more than 600 miles in 16 hours across Britain.


Guided river walk in Lynn will combine Shakespeare and the fascinating Fens

Guided river walk in Lynn will combine Shakespeare and the fascinating Fens

Guided river walk in Lynn will combine Shakespeare and the fascinating Fens

A free, three-hour guided walk is taking place to mark Fens Day.


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