An eyesore on Rosary Road could finally be transformed into flats
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A building which was earmarked for a development into flats ten years ago, but has since seen work stop, has been put on the market
Plans to convert the old Gem Printers building, in Rosary Road, were approved by Norwich City Council a decade ago, but the work was never completed.
The building, located at the junction with St Matthew Road, is advertised on William H Brown for a guide price of £325,000.
Developers can purchase the leasehold which invites a development opportunity for six flats.
Workers have recently been on site to complete some of the blockwork, and timber frame is already in place.
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Norwich City Council originally approved the purchase of the former Gem Printers back in 2007 which involved the demolition of the building and adjoining commercial units on St Matthews Road.
The application was made by a Mr John Astrop from Haywards Heath in West Sussex.
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