The planning application to develop Anglia Square is still with the council’s planning department, and a decision yet to be made.
Although the formal consultation period has closed, representations are still being accepted by the city council, so if you haven’t yet made your views known, you can do so by looking at the plans at www.norwich.gov.uk/AngliaSquare, where there is also a link to the planning site where you can make comments.
In the meantime, the debate continues in the media. Here are some of the latest stories:
Evening News 20/7/22: Claims rival Anglia Square plan ‘will cost taxpayers £100m’
Evening News 12/7/22: Call for ‘joined-up’ strategy to protect city’s heritage amid housing boom
Evening News 11/7/22: New vision for Anglia Square to rival Weston Homes application
SAVE Britain’s Heritage: Leading archaeologists and historians back listing bid for Norwich Church
Evening News 21/6/22: Fears Anglia Square homes will heap pressure on city GP surgeries
EDP 14/6/22: Plans submitted to rip down former Anglia Square bank for flats – NOTE: This building is not owned by the Anglia Square developer.
Evening News 14/6/22: Hopes block on thousands of new homes can be lifted within months
Architects’ Journal 31/5/22: Broadway Malyan’s revised Norwich scheme sparks fresh objections
Evening News 12/5/22: Why has it taken 30 years to get Anglia Square redeveloped?
Evening News 10/5/22: Will Anglia Square redevelopment create its own new high street?
Evening News 8/5/22: Doctor’s surgery access fears raised during Anglia Square consultation
Evening News 20/4/22: New plans unveiled for Norwich’s Anglia Square