Number of empty homes in West Norfolk up by 17%, according to latest statistics
The number of long-term empty homes in West Norfolk has increased by almost 20 per cent, according to the latest Government statistics.
This reflects the national picture, with the number of long-term empty homes – those that have been empty for at least six months – across England having risen for the third year running.
In West Norfolk, the number of vacant homes has increased from 825 in 2018 to 966 in 2019 – a rise of 17.1 per cent.
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