R G Carter and Broadland Housing celebrated the start of the new Carrowquarter development in Norwich on 22nd June, after an official ground-breaking ceremony as held.

The scheme will provide 323 homes – a mix of affordable rent, shared ownership and open market apartments, all with 1 or 2 bedrooms.

Gail Harris, Deputy Leader and Portfolio Holder for Norwich City Council, Clive Lewis MP, and James Carter were among those celebrating the start of construction of the first 60 affordable rent flats.

Andrew Savage, Executive Development Director, said:
“Carrow Quay is a really strategic site for Broadland. Affordable, high-quality accommodation is in short supply in the city centre, so this mixed tenure housing scheme is really needed. It’s taken us 9 years to get to this point but we’ve got a passion to get this site built now.”

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