Work to build 172 new homes at Three Score, Bowthorpe, began in May 2017.
It signalled the first landmark project of Norwich Regeneration Company which is wholly owned by Norwich City Council.
The development, called Rayne Park, will incorporate modern building techniques with 112 properties built to Passivhaus standard.
It will also include a range of properties from 1-bed apartments to 5-bed family houses as well as 57 affordable homes.
Some 112 of the homes will be built to Passivhaus standard – an approach that produces ultra-low energy buildings that need very little fuel for heating or cooling.
Builders R G Carter will deliver the housing while estate agents, Leaders, will market, sell, rent and manage the private properties for the company.
produces ultra-low energy buildings that need very little fuel for heating or cooling.