9 Elm Hill, The Briton’s Arms (Grade II*)

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Project dates: 2012-2013
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Location: 9 Elm Hill Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1HN

The oldest and one of the most significant buildings saved by the Trust, this is the most important house in Elm Hill, itself one of the best-preserved Tudor streets in England. Reputed to be the sole surviving house in the area after the fire of 1507, it is a mediaeval structure of three stories, with… Read more »

Gybson’s Conduit, Westwick St (Scheduled Ancient Monument)

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Project dates: 2008-2011
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Location: Gybson’s Conduit Westwick St Norwich, Norfolk

This was the first restoration of a Scheduled Ancient Monument by the Trust. Gybson’s Conduit (aka St Lawrence’s Well, or Gibson’s Fountain) was a public water source erected “for the ease of the common people” by wealthy brewer and Sheriff of Norwich Robert Gybson around 1578. Its construction was a condition of Gybson being allowed… Read more »

137-141 Magdalen Street (part Grade II)

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Original build: 17th Century
Project dates: 1998-2000
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Location: 137-141 Magdalen Street Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1NF

A mixed group, varying from a 17th Century house with a jettied rear through to Victorian with modern additions. Bought by the City Council and transferred to the Trust, the scheme, which required some exchange of property ownerships, produced five residential units which were sold to a Housing Association on 125-year lease and two commercial… Read more »