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Despite whether you voted Leave or Remain, 2016 was a politically tumultuous year for the UK and globally.  

 

Many parts of Norfolk opted to ‘Leave’ the EU, that’s a fact, with Norwich Central voting ‘Remain’.

 

Everyone has a view on Brexit but instead of politicising the referendum outcome to leave the EU and the subsequent ramifications of Article 50, we thought we’d look at its impact on the property scene in Norwich and around.

 

You probably love statistics, as do we, so we wanted to share some with you.

 

These are average property selling prices across Norwich and their annual percentage increases from 2014 to 2016.

 

Pull up a chair and see what is happening locally.

 

 

Norfolk has generally been regarded as something of a backwater when it comes to road networks but in recent years, there have been some advances.

 

The main one is the dualling of the A11 from Cringleford to Thetford, where a new road has made congestion a thing of the past around Elveden and Center Parcs.

 

Further east, new roads have been constructed around Lowestoft and the villages of Great Yarmouth for new housing and closer to Norwich, we have the impending opening of the Northern Distributor Road.

 

Where's best to invest in Norwich?

No questions asked, where’s best to invest in Norwich?

 

Recent news named the usual suspects as investment hotspots: the Thames Valley, parts of London (like Limehouse and Kew), Cambridge, Birmingham and Manchester and some less familiar names: Rotherham in South Yorkshire and Shetland (which saw the biggest price increases in 2016 at 26%).

 

It’s a question often poised to us a leading Norwich estate agent and letting agent:

 

“Where’s the best places to invest in Norwich?”