Jeremy Stacey Architects of Norfolk

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3-7 Market Row, Great Yarmouth

Client: Great Yarmouth Borough Council

Completion: January 2008

The Rows in Great Yarmouth are a unique urban form. These narrow alleyways, approximately 2m wide, generally run in an east to west direction from the Market Place to the river Yare.

Over time the pattern and form of these rows has been eroded, through bombing in the second world war, development in the late 20th Century and in the case of 3-7 Market Row by fire in the 1990s.

Our aim has been to repair the urban fabric by inserting a sensitive infill mixed use scheme of ground floor shops with three floors of social housing above. The footprint of the new building fully occupies the site re-creating the dense urban grain of the historic precedent.

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