Infrastructure questions raised over Anglia Square revamp plans

A concept image of plans for Norwich's Anglia Square. Pictured inset is Simon Richardson who lives nearby 

A concept image of plans for Norwich's Anglia Square. Pictured inset is Simon Richardson who lives nearby - Credit: Weston Homes/Ben Hardy

Although plans for a controversial 20-storey tower have been scrapped from a swanky city development plan, fears remain over the lack of infrastructure to support hundreds of new homes. 

Fresh plans for Anglia Square have been submitted to Norwich City Council which includes up to 1,100 homes and 14 buildings ranging from three to eight storeys. 

Developers Weston Homes and site owner Columbia Threadneedle have removed the controversial 20-storey tower after various organisations objected to the impact on the city's skyline. 

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