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A West Norfolk village will see works taking place for new homes after the coronavirus had delayed progress.

Work has started on the construction of 14 new homes on Chapnall Road in Walsoken.

The new Freebridge Community Housing homes are being developed on the site following the demolition of a number of out-dated non-traditional properties earlier in the year.

Freebridge Community Housing begin work on new homes. Picture: Paul Tibbs (37196029)
Freebridge Community Housing begin work on new homes. Picture: Paul Tibbs (37196029)

The development will include six two-bedroom homes, seven three-bedroom homes and one four- bedroom home.

Work on the new homes is expected to be completed by June next year.

Freebridge chief executive Tony Hall said they would be a "welcome addition" to the village.

He added: “The properties that have been demolished were originally built in a non-traditional manner and as such were only ever intended to have a very limited lifespan, so we're very pleased to be replacing them with a number of new, thermally efficient homes which will provide much needed housing in the area for many years to come."



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