Land Business In the most recent edition of Strutt & Parker's Land Business, we talk about the effects of the general election, look at how one estate turned disused buildings into luxury holiday havens, and examine property trends over the last decade. Read more
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The Strutt & Parker Norwich office is situated in the heart of Norwich's business district. The office has a strong estate agency department which offers unique properties for sale and manages the sale of some distinctive country houses and charming cottages as well as farms and larger estates. Our Norwich branch also has an experienced team of land and property management consultants who are experts in rural asset management and they provide estate-owners and farming clients with strategic business planning and day-to-day management advice in conjunction with a range of professional services including valuation, planning, landlord and tenant matters, agri-business consultancy and country house lettings.
To talk to our local teams about our Norwich property services, please get in touch via the details at the top of this page.
From London/M11: From junction 9 of the M11 follow the A11 Northbound. Continue onto the A14 Eastbound. Leave the A14 to join the A11 towards Thetford and Norwich. Continue on the A11 into Norwich City Centre. Continue straight over the roundabout onto Stephen's Street. Continue onto Red Lion Street, and then Bear right into Farmers Avenue. Turn right at Bank Plain then left into Upper King Street opposite Anglia Television. Strutt & Parker is located on the left-hand side.
By Rail The nearest train station is Norwich and is half a mile from our offices. For train times call 08457 484950.
Parking There are a number of car parks nearby. The nearest ones are on Monastery Court and St. Andrews Street.