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A new single point of contact for flooding in Norfolk has been launched, allowing residents to report any sort of flooding quickly and efficiently

The Norfolk Strategic Flooding Alliance is a new taskforce, brought together in early 2021, to work so that Norfolk communities and infrastructure are safer and more resilient to the risks of inland and coastal flooding. The Alliance includes, among others, the Environment Agency, Anglian Water, the Association of Drainage Authorities, the Water Management Alliance, Water […]

Free business learning hub goes live

Norfolk Chambers of Commerce and Norfolk County Council have launched Norfolk Knowledge Hub, a new free-to-view online business support and learning space to support local businesses recover and thrive. At a time when we are all still getting used to life in a virtual world, many businesses have created digital recovery programs so that businesses […]

Are you ready for the weather this winter?

Weather READY As we’re all following social distancing guidelines we may not be able to plan ahead for winter like we have in previous years. Thinking ahead and preparing for what winter brings can make a difference. There are some simple things you can be doing now to prepare: You and your family The annual […]

Preparing for EU Transition

Now that the UK has left the EU, there will be new rules from January 1st. Keeping up to date The Government publishes regularly updated guidance for individuals and businesses at www.gov.uk/brexit. You can also sign up for email alerts which include information about Brexit including the article 50 process, negotiations, and announcements about policy […]

CORONAVIRUS

Coronavirus Norfolk is currently in Tier 2: High Alert Tier 2 local restrictions are now in place. These include: No household mixing indoors Rule of 6 applies outdoors Pubs (serving food) and restaurants can open but must close at 11pm Alcohol must only be served as part of a substantial meal Spectators are allowed at […]