Easton Village, Norwich

The masterplan for the south extension to Easton re-connects the whole village with its landscape setting and integrates the new and more recently developed neighbourhoods to the historic core

The village of Easton is sited on a ridgetop gateway to Norwich. It is a sensitive landscape setting, which is prominent in local views.  The landscape of new routes, edges and open spaces within Easton is designed to 'pull' the surrounding farmland and woodland landscapes into the village, framing views into and out from Easton, reinforcing existing landscape patterns and integrating the buildings within their landscape setting. A sequence of village greens form gateways to the new neighbourhoods. At the heart of the new development, Easton Green is bordered by the primary school, the village hall and a new village shop. Its village pond is integrated with the sustainable urban drainage system for the development 

Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association, Easton and Otley College, Rampton Trust, Norwich Diocesan Board 


Building Partnerships (development land project manager); Feilden and Mawson (architects); AECOM (engineering); Boyer (planning); Savills (land agent); Cambridge Archaeological Unit (archaeology); AMEC (ecology)

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