Ref: Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017
Application Number: 23/00774/RM
Location: Deal Ground Bracondale
Proposal: Reserved matters of appearance, landscaping, layout and scale of outline planning permission 12/00875/O 'Outline planning application (full details of access) for a mixed development consisting of:
- a maximum of 670 dwellings
- a local centre comprising commercial uses (A1/A2/A3) - Now Class E
- a restaurant/dining quarter and public house (A3/A4) - Now Class E and Sui Generis
- demolition of buildings on the May Gurney site (excluding the former public house)
- an access bridge over the River Yare
- new access road and car parking
- flood risk management measures
- landscape measures inc earthworks to form new swales
- and other biodiversity enhancements including the re-use of the Grade II Listed brick Kiln for use by bats'
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, members of the public may obtain copies of the Environmental Statement from Serruys Property Co Ltd, The Hub, Atlas Works, Lenwade NR9 5SN, subject to a charge of £595 for a hard copy or this may be purchased on a memory stick for a charge of £39 as long as stocks last.
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 23/00774/RM and select the Comments tab.
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