Plans have been revealed for 88 new homes on the edge of the city. 

Norwich City Council is hoping to build 30 affordable properties and 58 open market houses on land south of Clover Hill Road in Three Score, Bowthorpe. 

The project is part of the authority's wider plans to build 1,000 homes, a care village and 10-hectares of public open space at the site - a scheme first approved back in 2013. 

The properties, which will range between one bed to more than four bedrooms in scale, are part of the wider Three Score development. 

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Concerns have previously been raised that the scheme will put "additional strain" on resources - with Norfolk police warning that the use of rear parking in an "active street scene" could lead to a rise in crime and anti-social behaviour.

However, councillors have argued that the site has sufficient surveillance and it is not an “out of the way forgotten area".

Planning documents on the city council's website claim the project will "retain existing features such as important tree belts and hedges and also proposes a network of cycle and walking routes across the site."