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Dozens of new homes in Norfolk village refused due to health and crime concerns

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Two applications submitted by D & K Marsham for a total of 46 houses at Manor Farm on Back Street in Gayton were discussed at a meeting of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council’s planning committee on Monday.

Sarah Renwick, vice-chairman of Gayton Parish Council, said parish councillors objected to the application because of high density, adding it was “not in keeping with the immediate neighbourhood.”

She said: “Manor Farm development would change the rural centre of the village more profoundly than was previously the case and possibly paving the way for future high density development to the north.”


© Eastern Daily Press