UK Developer Submits Plans for $162m Redevelopment

24 February 2011 (Last Updated February 24th, 2011 18:30)

UK-based developer Serruys Property Company has submitted plans for a £100m ($162m) scheme in the city of Norwich, UK. The proposal involves the regeneration of a 182,108m² plot between Trowse and Whitlingham. Plans for the scheme include a public square, a new marina,

UK-based developer Serruys Property Company has submitted plans for a £100m ($162m) scheme in the city of Norwich, UK.

The proposal involves the regeneration of a 182,108m² plot between Trowse and Whitlingham.

Plans for the scheme include a public square, a new marina, 682 homes, 2,322m² of commercial space and new habitats for wildlife, according to eveningnews24.

The project was designed by Lanpro Services, with master planners Atelier Pro Architekten and London-based specialist flood-designers BACA Architects.