Drayton Parish Council has elected to receive advice of all planning applications within the parish by electronic notification from the planning authority Broadland District Council. This means that for the vast majority of applications the Parish Council office does not possess any paper plans or documentation. Paper copies can be viewed at the District Council office at Thorpe Lodge, Yarmouth Road, Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich NR7 ODU. All plans and documentation can be viewed online by using the search facility on the Broadland District Council website:- https://secure.broadland.gov.uk/Northgate/PlanningExplorer/GeneralSearch.aspx
Application number: 20161066
Details of Public Consultation & Exhibition – 13 June 2017 – Click Here
Site Address: Land adjacent to Hall Lane / School Road
Development of up to 250 Homes, Allotments, Access, Public Open Space and Associated Infrastructure (Outline)
Decision: Broadland District Council gave approval to the application for up to 250 dwellings on this site at the planning committee meeting on Wednesday 14 September 2016. As soon as the approval letter is issued by the District Council a link will be posted here.
Parish Council Response: To read the full response of the Parish Council to this application please click here.
Application number: 20170196
Applicant : The Lind Trust
Site Address: Former David Rice Hospital Site Drayton High Road
Erection of 29 Dwellings & Associated Accesses (Including 10 Affordable Dwellings) (Outline) (Revised Proposal)
For further details of the application click here
Application number : 20170212
Applicant: Norfolk Homes Ltd & Norfolk Land Ltd
Site Address: Land Off Drayton High Rd Drayton (Low Farm Development)
Planning Permission has now been granted for this application on 31st January 2018.
Erection of 71 dwellings, with garages, open space, vehicular access and ancillary works.
For further details about this application click here
Agents for the land owners / developers: Wheatman Planning 01493 656835
Planning Officer at Broadland District Council: Matthew Rooke 01603 431133