The newly acquired 9-hectare site off Salhouse Road signals the continued commitment and investment of both partners in areas experiencing demands for new homes.
This purchase marks a major step in the transformation of a key area of Norwich—as laid out by Sprowston Town Council—which will provide improved infrastructure and a wealth of employment opportunities along with thousands of new homes.
Positioned just three miles from Norwich’s city centre, this site is earmarked for 250 new homes, with work expected to start in early 2020.
Nick Moore, UK managing director for Kier Living, said: “This purchase is a key addition to our expanding Norwich portfolio. It complements our current developments at Saxon Fields in Blofield and Roundhouse Gate in Cringleford, along with neighbouring Roundhouse Park, Cringleford and St Walstans in Costessey, which have both recently sold out. “This purchase not only represents our continued investment, but also our commitment with Cross Keys to deliver quality homes in areas with the greatest need.”