Building of 101 x1- and 2-bedroom apartments has already started on site. This represents the final stage of the Canary Quay regeneration project. More than 300 affordable and privately-owned homes are being created, offering modern living space in a desirable riverside location. As well as RG Carter, Broadland worked with a range of partners, including Norwich City Council, Ingleton Wood, Rossi Long, Bidwells, Savills and Borne to realise the project.
Michael Newey, Group Chief Executive, said:
One of our priorities is to provide much needed affordable homes for the people living in the city. This development is part of the solution.
Andrew Savage, Executive Development Director, added:
We are delighted to progress to phase 4 of this important development. Our strong partnership with Carters showcases what can be achieved together.
The final phase is expected to be completed in 2022 and will sit alongside 222 apartments completed in phases 1, 2 and 3 of the scheme’s construction. The blocks are officially named Patricia Hollis House, Richard Hawthorn House, Solace, Olive, Norada and White Moth.
Mario Rackham, Director and General Manager at R G Carter, said:
We’re incredibly proud of this development and our continuing partnership with Broadland Housing. It’s great to see the Canary Quay regeneration finally coming together transforming the riverside area, while providing high-quality modern housing for the local community.
The spacious apartments will offer open plan living spaces, contemporary kitchens and bathrooms, a communal garden, riverside views and access to a new riverside walk that leads to the city centre. The new apartments will be marketed from autumn 2022 and available for residents to move in from spring 2023.