A failure to build enough homes to meet government targets could lead to a building free-for-all by developers, planners have warned.
A £780,000 project in Gorleston has created six new council houses and two permanent jobs.
Plans for a ‘car-free’ development on a pocket of land behind existing homes were approved despite opposition from neighbours.
Builders could lose the right to create a new 140-home housing estate unless an extension to its planning permission is granted.
A further meeting is to be held to look at whether a coastal community should have a stronger say in its housing needs.
Work has started on a £700,000 project to build six more affordable homes in north Norfolk.
Housing developers have asked for permission to a strip of farm land into housing.
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