The east Norwich development represents a transformative opportunity for regeneration of this area and the wider city. It is an ambitious project to create a sustainable new urban quarter for the city, supported by the preparation of a joined-up development masterplan for east Norwich and a commitment to substantial future investment. The development of the masterplan is one of the eight projects funded by the Towns Fund.
The masterplan will take approximately 12 months to complete. Whilst some sites are likely to come forward sooner than others, it will take many years for all of the sites to come forward and be developed.
Who is producing the masterplan?
Consultants Avison Young, Allies and Morrison, Hydrock and RPS have been working on producing the masterplan for the area, which is being steered by the East Norwich Partnership (ENP) – a public-private body composed of a number of key stakeholders. The work is being funded from a mixture of Town Deal funding from the government, as well as public and private funding from members of the partnership.
East Norwich masterplan – the story so far
Stage 2 Engagement: October 2021
The public were invited to two further drop-in events on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 October to review progress on the masterplan and see how previous feedback has been used. Download the stage 2 information boards from the October event or click on the pages below.
- What you told us
- Big opportunities
- The big issues
- The emerging masterplan
- Place and character
- Next steps
Stage 1 Engagement: July 2021
Stakeholder and public engagement
Throughout the masterplanning process and beyond, landowners, residents, businesses and other interested parties will be given various opportunities to ask questions and contribute their thoughts. Read more about engagement so far.
You can find out further information about the project by emailing the city council’s project manager for the east Norwich masterplan email@example.com