The Greater Norwich Local Plan (GNLP) is being produced by Broadland District Council, Norwich City Council and South Norfolk Council working together with Norfolk County Council through the Greater Norwich Development Partnership (GNDP).

We aim to produce a plan which will help to meet local housing and economic growth needs, whilst also protecting and enhancing the environment. This involves a number of stages of consultation.

We are currently at stage B of the “Regulation 18” phase, the New, Revised and Small Sites consultation.  This consultation will run from 9am on Monday 29th October to 5pm on Friday 14th December 2018 and we are asking for your views on these sites. 

This Consultation has now closed.

Site Proposals

1. Site Proposals consultation document

This allows you to comment on sites which have been submitted to the plan online. This document has a summary of the sites for each parish. Follow the links from here to find the parish/town you are interested in. This will provide you with a map of each site.

To help you make your comments, the Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) in our evidence base has more detailed summaries for each submitted site.

It is still possible to submit a potential additional site for the local plan. Sites must be larger than 0.25 hectares (and, if for housing, for 5 homes or more). You must submit a 'red line' site plan which clearly shows the boundaries of the site you are proposing. Click on the link above, or go to question 3 in the Site Proposals document.

Comment on sites

2. Site Proposals Maps

Sites promoted for development are illustrated in map booklets for each town / village / parish. At this stage no decisions have been made about which sites should or should not be included in the emerging plan. However, further information about the possible suitability of each site can be found in the Site Proposals document.



South Norfolk

3. Greater Norwich Call for Sites Submissions

These are the original submissions to the call for Sites in 2016.

View original submissions