21 Jun

New property scheme in Norfolk revealed

New property scheme in Norfolk revealed

Property development plans for a major housing expansion in Norfolk were revealed last week.

On June 17th, developer Taylor Wimpey showed the proposals to build 112 houses for sale in Loddon near Norwich to the public at the town's local library.

Plans had previously been rejected by South Norfolk Council last year after it criticised the development scheme for not including any affordable housing.

The new proposals will see a mixture of detached, semi-detached and terraced houses and a village green being built on Beccles Road.

Speaking to the Eastern Daily Press, one resident said: "It would appear that all previous concerns have been addressed in the revised layout. The whole scheme looks good."

In response to past concerns, 25 per cent of the houses will be allocated as affordable homes, according to the newspaper.

Earlier this month, Taylor Wimpey announced a World Cup offer of a £5,000 discount on the sale price of its new homes in Norfolk if the England team win the tournament.

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