Charles Church is expecting high levels of demand when its development of apartments and townhouses is released for sale later this year.
Charles Church submitted a planning application at the end of March which included detailed plans for 86 homes at Brazen Gate in Norwich.
The scheme is set to comprises a mixture of one and two bedroom apartments and three and four bedroom houses, with 33 per cent designated as affordable housing.
Andrew Fuller, managing director of Charles Church's Anglia division, said: "To be known as Brazen Plain, the site is just a stone's throw from our current development at Fellowes Plain. There, 70 per cent of the properties in the final phase - The Ivory Building - were sold off-plan and we anticipate similar levels of interest for this latest location.
"We are just putting the final touches to our planning application and hope that work can commence on site in the second half of this year.
"Brazen Gate is very conveniently located for all Norwich's public amenities, shopping and leisure. And, of course, the homes will be built to the trademark Charles Church enhanced specification, making them highly desirable."
Purchasers reserving properties off-plan, before a single brick has even been laid, are able to personalise their home from the Charles Church Select range of interior and exterior design options. They include a choice of bathroom tiles, kitchen units and worktops, integrated appliances, fireplaces, flooring and garden landscaping.
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