See inside the £85m Norwich riverside plaza
- Credit: Mike Page
Views inside an £85m development in Norwich city centre have been rare.
And while a cluster of multi-storey buildings within the site on St Anne's Wharf, between King Street and the River Wensum, has recently been creeping above the enclosure's sight-line, most of the site has remained hidden from pedestrians by tall wooden hoardings.
But now a photograph, taken by aerial photographer Michael Page, has displayed the scale of the development.
St Anne's Quarter is set to include 437 homes and 22,000 square feet of commercial space, including a riverside plaza which will be home to two restaurants.
The photo shows cement silos, mounds of gravel, trucks and storage containers.
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