Norwich Heritage | The history and future of Norwich Guildhall

Norwich Heritage | The history and future of Norwich Guildhall

The Georgian Courtroom with old branding still in place

First constructed in 1407-13 as a civic hall to house the courts and prisons of the city, the Grade I Listed building has been adapted and altered many times during its life. Now Hudson Architects will be bringing the building to life as the new home for Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

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Big Steps Forward for Self-Build in Norfolk

Big Steps Forward for Self-Build in Norfolk

Our local MP Richard Bacon continues his tireless work championing self-build in the UK with the publication of his ‘Independent Review On A Major Scaling-Up Of Self-Commissioned New Homes’ – or to use its rather catchier headline title: ‘House: How Putting Customers in Charge Can Change Everything’.

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Moving from London to Norwich as a young Architect

Moving from London to Norwich as a young Architect

Georgie Day, Architectural Designer at Hudson Architects

Moving to Norwich was definitely pro-Norwich - I moved here because it’s a creative and imminently liveable city rather than as a jaded Londoner (the cliche of the 30-something refugee flocking to the ‘Kent Riviera’ with a season ticket back to the big smoke for cheap property prices with a sea view!).

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A Closer Look: Jersey House

A Closer Look: Jersey House

Jersey House

Overlooking the St Ouen bay on Jersey, notorious for its strict planning restrictions, a drab bungalow was replaced with an award-winning, 5-bedroom contemporary home.

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A Closer Look: The Eyrie

A Closer Look: The Eyrie

The Eyrie

A closer look at the Eyrie, an energy efficient, contemporary family home. All in all, electricity, heating and hot water cost our clients just £1000 in the first year.

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