The development of this site off Cremorne Lane in Norwich, provides 40 units on a brownfield site bordering the railway line in central Norwich for Ingram Homes.
The former Transco site had been developed over two phases, to provide 40 dwellings comprising of two and three bed houses, some with integral garages, as well as flats.
The design of the buildings reflects Victorian railway architecture, picking up on the brick arches and industrial asthectic this brings with it. Openings are recessed to create a shadow gap, thus breaking up the facade and reducing the percieved heaviness of the elevation.
Native species of plants have been planted on the scheme, thus increasing the biodiversity of the site and complementing the flora of the area.
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