DS/BG – North Sprowston and Old Catton Urban Community – Norfolk - Project Profile
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A joint venture of Development Securities Plc (DS) and Beyond Green (BG) is planning to develop a mixed-use complex near Norwich, in Norfolk, the UK.
The project involves construction of a mixed-use complex on 207ha of land will be implemented in phases.
It includes the construction of 3,500 homes, 16,800m2 of commercial space, 8,800m2 of retail space, two primary schools, a 1,000m2 hotel, an extensive landscaped public space, a 2,000m2 community space with two community halls, a health center, 82.5 ha of green space, a public park and a library.
The first phase of the development includes a residential development comprising 590 new homes, a primary school and facilities.
The second phase of the development includes a residential development comprising 225 homes and other facilities.
Gehl Architects was appointed to undertake design works, Beyond Green Strategy as lead consultant, Bidwells (Norwich) for planning activities and Environmental Perspectives for EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment).
In October 2012, DS and BG submitted an outline planning application to the council.
In September 2013, Broadland District Council granted outline planning consent for the proposed mixed-use project.
In September 2013, Broadland District Council’s planning committee approved the development plans.
In March 2015, Broadland District Council’s planning committee again reviewed the approved plan of 2013.
In July 2016, BG submitted a new application to Broadland District Council to develop around 700 homes north of Old Catton.
In October 2016, Broadland District Council granted outline planning permission.
The project involves the construction of a mixed-use complex at North Sprowston and Old Catton to the north of Norwich, Norfolk, the UK.
The US$1,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 3,500 homes
2. Construction of 16,800m2 of commercial space
3. Construction of 8,800m2 of retail space
4. Construction of two primary schools
5. Construction of a 1,000m2 hotel
6. Construction of landscaped public space
7. Construction of two community halls
8. Construction of a health center
9. Construction of 82.5 ha of green space
10. Construction of a public park
11. Construction of a library
12. Construction of other facilities
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