future housing growth in broadland
The Greater Norwich Area, including Broadland is designated as a major growth area as part of a regional plan known as the East of England Plan. Key locations for development within Broadland, Norwich and South Norfolk are outlined in the Joint Core Strategy - a document produced by the GNDP. To find out more about the Joint Core Strategy, please visit the relevant link at the bottom of this page.
Broadland District Council is currently choosing sites to meet the specified growth, taking into consideration the views of the public and technical bodies raised during the consultation process. Further consultation will be held on production of the draft versions of the following documents.
what to do next...
- Read 'The Future of Broadland: Planning for Growth' and the supplements on the broadland is set to grow webpage
- See the related pages for more information
- Details of future public consultation will be published in Broadland News - your views can be made via our Consultation Portal
- Contact the Spatial Planning Team if you have any questions or concerns about any aspect of the planning for growth
OSRT Growth Triangle Area Action Plan
The Growth Triangle will accommodate 7000 houses by 2026, rising to 10000 thereafter, and will also accommodate the necessary employment, open space and infrastructure. The OSRT Growth Triangle Area Action Plan (DPD) will outline future growth in this location.
Site Allocations Development Plan Document
Specific sites for growth in the rest of Broadland will be identified in the Site Allocations Development Plan Document, due to be available for public consultation this Autumn. Most development will be located within the fringe parishes of Norwich, identified as the Norwich Policy Area on the map below. Other towns and villages will receive a specified level of growth, as identified in the Joint Core Strategy.
|Spatial Planning Team|
|Broadland District Council
1 Yarmouth Road
Thorpe St Andrew
Norwich NR7 0DU
|tel: 01603 430444|