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  • There is planning permission (expired) already granted for a development which was mostly flats built around several courtyards. It was because of this plan that the Norwich Society could not go forward with attempts to help the falling down Howard House. The land is in the hands of the recievers so I don't know who bothered to make the clever artist's impression. When, and if, a developer buys the land they will have their own ideas and flats are probably more profitable. Jason Borthwick is not interested in King St apart from trying to screw it up. His ambitious plans to take the last remaining pub in the Street (Ferryboat) and turn it into a high-rise flop house have thankfully stalled. Norwich Backbackers is a similar concept to tha above article - a pipe dream with no financial backing. His bitterness about the Planning Department stems from him not doing his homework and thinking he can bully his way through rules and regs. Actually, there are signs of recovery for King St at the bottom of Music House Lane where two vacant sites seem to be slowly moving ahead. Why not talk about them and the mess that is the land on Music House Lane that was "gifted" by the City to Flagship Housing. Small businesses were evicted to leave it as an overgrown wilderness. What's happening?

    oldowl

    Wednesday, November 14, 2012

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