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Refurbishment of Norwich studios
Rationalisation of unused space, the disposal of 40,000 sqft office building and refurbishment of 30,000 sqft grade II Listed building, creating a new production control room, editing suites and open plan newsroom.
To co-ordinate and manage the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the strategic expansion of the Norwich Research Park.
Bidwells put forward a robust Environmental Statement, and through consultation on the application, provided further environmental information, culminating in a unanimous approval of the scheme at South Norfolk Council’s Planning Committee
High-end wedding and holiday and accommodation venue
Inception through to completion of a high-quality wedding, hospitality venue and group holiday/party accommodation (the Hall) for the famous horticulturist family, the Blooms, at Bressingham near Diss in South Norfolk.
Planning application for a major urban extension comprising approximately 85 hectares
The land north of Hethersett is a major urban extension comprising approximately 85 hectares to the existing settlement in South Norfolk, providing 1,196 dwellings, a primary school, a local centre and new sports facilities.
The site is in the ownership of a number of private landowners and in order to be delivered for development, a planning application had to be submitted over land covering many different ownerships.
Office refurbishment and letting
31 King Street, Norwich, a 14,750 sq ft office building, was purchased by the client at a property auction.
Increase farm's value and create extra living space
The client was keen to build a new dwelling on his livestock farm, to increase the farm’s value but more importantly, to allow his son to live and work alongside him.
Bidwells managed the entire planning application but the key document to secure permission was the Agricultural Needs Statement, which indicated that a new worker was needed who would be required to live on-site (as well as the client) and that the farm business could support the investment.
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