Ref: Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017
Application Number: 22/00434/F
Location: Anglia Square Including Land And Buildings To The North And West, Anglia Square Norwich
Proposal: Hybrid (Part Full/Part Outline) application for the comprehensive redevelopment of Anglia Square, and car parks fronting Pitt Street and Edward Street for:
- up to 1,100 dwellings and up to 8,000sqm (NIA) flexible retail, commercial and other non-residential floorspace including Community Hub
- up to 450 car parking spaces (at least 95% spaces for class C3 use
- up to 5% for class E/F1/F2/Sui Generis uses), car club spaces and associated works to the highway and public realm areas
For a detailed description of the development please see the application form.
Norwich City Council has received a planning application to carry out the development described above.
All the plans and documents for the application are available to download on this page below, for ease of navigation and viewing.
Comments from the public and consultees will be available to view as they are added to the application file throughout the application process on our planning website.
Please search for application number 22/00434/F and select the Comments tab.
Detail plans and elevations:
How to view and make a comment
To view comments on the application go to the council’s planning website, search for application number 22/00434/F.
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