The work on the Postwick Hub is on track for completion this Autumn. Once completed, Broadland Gate will become a major access point into the Broadland business area and East Norwich.
Photograph courtesy of Mike Page

Ifield Estates is delighted the Secretary of State has given the go ahead for the Norwich Northern Distributor Road. The first stage around Ifield Estate’s Broadland Gate scheme is nearing completion and the remainder will commence early 2016 with an anticipated completion 2017.

The main cross link is now finished and the route to the A47. The Hub works continue to be on schedule for completion this Autumn. It is exciting to see the finished roads which now show how prominent Ifield Estates' Broadland Gate site will be.

Will it cost businesses to build it?

The government has agreed to contribute £86.5m towards the scheme. Norfolk County Council and developer contributions will be needed to cover the final £60m. Tom McCabe, director of environment, transport and development at County Hall said some £40m was anticipated to come from the community infrastructure levy pooled by Norwich, Broadland and South Norfolk Council. The final £20m will be covered mainly by a pot of capital receipts built up by the authority.

‘The Postwick Hub works on site are on schedule for their completion this Autumn. The main cross-link is advanced and works are underway on the eastern road which will form the new carriageway from the A47’. It is really apparent just how easy it is going to be to access the Ifield Estates site (Broadland Gate).

About Ifield

The Ifield Group is a real-estate development and investment company. It has been involved in numerous projects throughout the UK and prides itself on having a professional and thorough approach to the whole property development and investment process.

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