Plans announced to list cottages in Sprowston

Plans to list six Second World War memorial cottages in Sprowston, Norfolk, were announced by culture minister David Lammy this week. The cottages were built between 1948 and 1950 to commemorate veterans of the Royal Norfolk Regiment, five of whom were awarded the Victoria Cross during their service in the war, the highest number of any British division throughout the conflict. Lammy said that the buildings have "real historic significance and architectural quality". Subject to public consultation, they will become grade II listed buildings.

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