By Richard Hook2018-10-26T08:51:00
Housing association Clarion has unveiled plans to develop its largest scheme to date, with a 7,500 home development on a 910 acre site west of Norwich.
The social landlord has agreed a land promotion deal for the site in Honingham, eight miles west of Norwich, where it will act as masterplanner and developer to deliver 50% of the homes.
Clarion’s proposals, which will be submitted as a planning application next year after consultation, would see 3,900 homes built over the next two decades with an additional 3,600 homes delivered over the following 15 years. The completed scheme would have a mix of tenures including social rented, shared ownership, private sale, build-to-rent and self-build homes.
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