Why is it that to the south of Norwich it is the developer and their architects who are producing the glossy newsletter promoting the building of 1100 homes at Hethersett whereas to the north it is Broadland District Council who are doing this job in their quarterly Broadland News magazine (pp17-21 in the latest copy)?
So effectively it is the rate payers in Broadland who are funding the promotion of the proposed development in Rackheath.
Broadland News is delivered to every home and business in the Broadland area but Broadland District Council also see fit to have it available as an on-line magazine that you can 'flip' through. However, they didn't see fit to deliver their 'consultation' leaflet and questionnaire on the Rackheath Exemplar to every home in the villages affected by the proposed development. They also didn't see fit to have an on-line questionnaire about the development as we have mentioned before - it seems that they prefer to use technology for show and spin.