Housing and amenities in Norfolk

Norfolk has a growing population of about 916,000 residents and plenty of space to accommodate new homes and businesses.

Figures available on Rightmove indicate that semi-detached houses sold for an average of £257,583, with an overall average house price of £302,890. This is around £20,000 cheaper than our neighbouring county of Suffolk and much more affordable than Essex or Cambridgeshire. A move to Norfolk means you’re more likely to be able to get on the property ladder.

The Norfolk Housing Strategy ensures housing opportunities are being accelerated across the county for our residents and businesses, whether you want to live in the city, at the seaside or in a countryside village or town.

Schools, playgrounds, GP surgeries, retail outlets, bus routes and other amenities form part of new developments. Norfolk also has a wide range of affordable housing, including innovative housing for older people.