This could be your chance to make
Brundall Parish Council is
requesting suggestions for new road names at the
Norfolk Homes/Broom Boats development for
155 houses, off Berryfields, Brundall.
The name of the new
estate, selected by the developer, is to be
Broadland District Council will have
the final say but are open to suggestions for
road names. They need to name around six or
seven roads. If the roads are named after local
people then the person/people they are named
after must be deceased.
Any suggestions for road names, with a
brief statement giving the reasons for your
choice, must be sent through the Parish Council
Clerk via email:
The deadline is 5pm, March 7,
2021. Donít forget to include your full name and
address in the email.
Local History Group has compiled an
alphabetical list of all the present street
names in Brundall with an explanation of their
Click here to open the list and
discover where the name of your street came from
and get inspired!
|Most of the west side of
Cucumber Lane was the home of Read's
Nurseries, which also occupied part of
what is now the Berryfields estate.
|This was the home of
George Levine, an art dealer and historian
who wrote the first history of Brundall.
Levine Close is named after him.
|Highfield Avenue was
reported to be "a very rutted, unmade,
tree-lined road" until the mid-1960s. Its
name reflects the steep slope and the fact
that it ran between fields.