All applications for new development, or changes and additions to existing properties, are dealt with by the local planning authority, Broadland District Council. However, details of all applications are viewed by the Town Council for comment and the Council’s views are taken into consideration when the District Planning Committee decide on the outcome of individual applications.

Planning Applications can be viewed in the Council Office during working hours and staff are always available to help with enquiries. Alternatively details of applications, decisions, appeals and all related matters can be viewed on Broadland District Council’s website.

If you would like the Town Council to hear your views on any of the Planning Applications listed below please either write or email the Council Office prior to the meeting and the Town Clerk will report your comments before any decision is made. Alternatively, if you would prefer to attend in person there is an opportunity for residents to speak during public participation. Any comments you make will be available for public inspection.

A useful document if you are considering objecting to a planning application is Planning Grounds for Objection Applications to be considered at the next meeting of Sprowston Town Council to be held on 22 May 2024 will be listed below as they are received:

2023/2646 – subdivision of curtilage to provide new dwelling, including porch to existing dwelling at 82, Blithewood Gardens, Sprowston NR7 8PN

2023/1591 – conversion of an existing police station into 3 dwellings at 105-109, Wroxham Road Sprowston NR7 8TU

2024/1329 – proposed single storey extension, extending 6m from rear wall of original dwelling house, with a maximum height of 3.27m and maximum eaves height of 3m at 36, Cromwell Road, Sprowston NR7 8XH

2024/1340 – single storey rear extension at 244, Wroxham Road, Sprowston NR7 8RW

2024/1397 – garage replacement at 11, Moore Avenue, Sprowston NR6 7LA