Refurbishment work has started on a dilapidated council house that has stood empty for almost seven years.
A council leader has disclosed that land he and his father help promote for development is being considered as part of a vision for where thousands of new homes could be built in the next two decades.
A vacant care home could be knocked down and replaced with a block of 58 retirement flats if a planning application is approved.
People living near a Norfolk development of hundreds of new homes have accused a national building firm of being "bullies" and trapping them in "hell".
Plans for more than a dozen new homes in a Norfolk village are set for approval early next year.
Almost 4,000 properties in Norfolk have sat empty for more than six months in the past year, figures have revealed.
A plan to build almost 140 houses on the edge of a village near the Norfolk Broads has been given the go-ahead.
Almost 140 new homes could be built on the edge of a Norfolk town if a council approves plans.
View the Yarmouth
Enjoy the Great