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Public invited to drop in and review progress on east Norwich masterplan

Published on Wednesday, 13th October 2021

A second east Norwich masterplan drop-in is taking place this Friday 15 and Saturday 16 October.

Held at the historic Carrow Abbey in the grounds of Carrow Works, people will have the opportunity to view project progress so far, meet the team involved in developing the masterplan and find out more about their work.

A public exhibition will demonstrate work done so far in shaping up the vision for the area, as well as outlining how earlier engagement feedback has helped to shape the framework for regeneration.

The brief for the masterplan has a vision which includes the creation of a highly sustainable new quarter of the city, with the potential to harness a range of economic, social and environmental benefits.

Chair of the East Norwich Partnership, Cllr Mike Stonard, said: “Following successful and useful public engagement in July, we would like to offer the chance for people to see how feedback has been used to inform the master planning process, as well as provide further opportunity for engagement.

“I’d urge anyone with an interest in the east Norwich area to come along with their questions and suggestions – and get an insight into the important and exciting work happening to ensure we can harness the full potential of this part of the city.” 

Consultants, Avison Young, Allies and Morrison, Hydrock and RPS, are 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 and led by Norwich City Council. 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.

Drop-in details

  • Friday 15 October 2021, between 14.30 and 17.30
  • Saturday 16 October 2021, between 10.00 and 13.00

Carrow Abbey, Bracondale, Norwich, NR1 2DD

Covid-secure guidelines and procedures will be in place

There will also be on-line materials and a feedback survey for those not able to attend. 

More information about the masterplan and online survey