Ref: Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017
Application Number: 22/00879/F
Location: Carrow Works, King Street
Proposal: Hybrid (Part Full/Part Outline) for the comprehensive redevelopment of Carrow Works, as follows:
- A full planning application comprising the construction of the principal means of access, the primary internal road and associated public spaces and public realm, including restoration and change of use of Carrow Abbey to former use as residential (Use Class C3), alteration and extension and conversion to residential use, up to (Use Class C3) of the Lodge, Garage and Gardener's Cottage and the Stable Cottages, development of the former Abbey Dining Room for residential use (Use Class C3), adaptation and conversion for flexible uses (Class E and/or C2 and/or C1 and/or C3 and/or F1 and/or F2 and/or B2 and/or B8 and/or Sui Generis) for buildings 207, 92, 206, 7 (7a, 8 and 8a), 209, 35, the Chimney and Class E and/or B2 and/or B8 for the retained Workshop (Block 258), (providing a combined total of up to 143 residential units and 17,625sqm of flexible commercial business, service and local community and learning floorspace), enhanced access to Carrow Abbey and Scheduled Ancient Monument and associated ancillary works.
- An outline planning application for demolition of existing buildings and replacement with phased residential-led up to 1,716 units (Use Class C3 and/or Class E and/or F1 and/or F2 and/or C1 and/or C2 and/or B2 and/or B8 and/or Sui Generis), (total of 9,005sqm of commercial, busines, service, local community and learning and Sui Generis floorspace) landscaping, open space, new and modified access.
Norwich City Council has received a planning application to carry out the development described above.
All of the plans and documents for the application are available to download on this page for ease of navigation and viewing.
Although available to download from this website, a hard copy of the Environmental Statement may be requested in writing from Dr Nick Davey, Entran, 2nd and 3rd Floors, Northgate House, Upper Borough Walls, Bath, BA1 1RG, as long as stocks last, and subject to a charge of £780. It can also be purchased on a memory stick for a charge of £60.
Document directory August 2023
- Forms, documents and reports
- Existing site plans
- Existing buildings
- Demolition block plans
- Proposed buildings
- Proposed site layout
- Parameter plans
- Listed building existing plans - to follow
- Listed building proposed plans - to follow
- Landscape drawings
- Area schedules
How to view and make a comment
Comments from the public and consultees will be available to view on the council’s planning website as they are added throughout the application process.
Search for application number 22/00879/F and select the Comments tab.
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