Plans to build 150 new homes on the fringes of a Norfolk town have been turned down over fears of urbanising a "tranquil green area" - despite the threat of a judicial review.
Plans to build dozens of new homes in a Norfolk village have been agreed by councillors.
Children have been asked by a housing company to design their ideal place to live as it looks to make major revamps to a town estate.
Fears a town will not be able to cope with 5,000 more homes have been quashed by the man behind the scheme promising it will "deliver" and infrastructure will be introduced "as soon as possible".
Breckland Council has launched an empty homes support programme in an attempt to get homes back into the private rented sector.
The first of thousands of families have officially moved into their new homes as work on a town's 5,000-home estate continues.
Homeowners could have their say as plans for three "self-build" properties are revealed in a village, which could provide work for local businesses.
Plans have been unveiled to bring up to 20 council sites forward for housing developments - with nearly £11 million pledged to kick start the scheme.