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Police ask us to be vigilant

1 February 2017

Following efforts from the Operation Randall rural crime team, Norfolk officers have arrested five men in connection with ‘going equipped' theft offences.

The men, who are all aged in their 20s and 30s and from the London area, were stopped on the evening of Thursday 19 January 2017, near to Attleborough.

A number of items, including the two vehicles they were travelling in, were seized and the men arrested.

The five males have been bailed to return on 21st March 2017.

Suffolk and Norfolk police ask the local community to be vigilant around buildings like places of worship and schools, reporting any suspicious activity, particularly the unexpected arrival of builders. 

If you see any suspicious activity, report it to police on 101. If a crime is in progress or you require emergency assistance, dial 999 immediately.

Crime prevention advice on a number of topics can be found on

www.suffolk.police.uk/advice/crime-prevention-z

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Planning matters and public consultation

12 December 2016

At the council meeting on Tuesday 29 November three topical planning matters were discussed. 

  • The council recommended to refuse permission for the hybrid development, including houses and a new scout headquarters on land adjacent to Red House Farm.
  • The council recommended to approve a hybrid application for a new Baptist Chapel and housing off School Lane
  • The council listened to a proposal being drawn up to extend Post Mill Lane eastwards and build around 30 houses on this land. This draft-proposal was introduced by a representative of La Ronde Wright who is acting for the developers. A public consultation has been arranged for Thursday 15 December, 2pm - 7.30pm in the Sancroft Hall.

    Follow this link for more details on the consultation event.

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