Mill pledge made ahead of second vote on Stoke Ferry homes bid
Developers behind two controversial housing schemes in a West Norfolk village have pledged not to start any building work before an old mill in the area is knocked down.
The commitment is revealed in a new report on the proposals for two sites in Stoke Ferry, which are due to be debated again by councillors next week.
But, despite that, community leaders remain opposed to the plans, claiming transport officials have not properly assessed their potential impact.
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