Plans for Anglia Square in Norwich thrown into doubt following call-in

Anglia Square, Norwich

The £300m ‘urban quarter’ divides opinion.

In December, Norwich City Council’s planning committee gave consent for the redevelopment of Anglia Square shopping centre. Developer Weston Homes, with investment firm Columbia Threadneedle, plans to develop a new urban quarter, including more than 1,200 homes, a cinema, shops, a hotel and a car park. But the plans have courted controversy and the committee’s decision will now be reassessed by the government.

So what are the concerns about the project?

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