Round House Park

Round House Park is a new residential development of nearly 1,000 homes located on the southern edge of Norwich. It is located north of the village of Cringleford and approximately 3 miles south west of Norwich city centre.

There are 12 bus stops located within the Round House Park.

Buses from these stops provide regular links between the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, Norwich city centre, Wymondham and Attleborough.

Bus timetables and operators

Live bus departure information

Cycle paths are provided throughout Round House Park.

Round House Park is accessible by bike from Colney Lane via Harts Lane and from paths coming off from Newmarket Road.

To the north, the site is connected with the Norwich Outer Circuit cycling path which runs around Norwich and connects with other cycling paths into the city centre.

Access is also provided to the Cringleford – Sprowston cycling path which links the south west and north of the city.

Find out about staying safe on the road and other cycle routes

Find out about the cycle loan scheme

Norwich train station is located approximately 3 miles to the north-east of the site, and is accessible by bicycle, bus, car or taxi.

The station is equipped with 158 sheltered cycle spaces with CCTV coverage, and 67 vehicle spaces although larger car parks are nearby.

The station provides a good connection to many destinations including London, Cambridge and Peterborough.

Purchase tickets

Live departure and arrival boards for Norwich train station

Footpaths are provided throughout Round House Park.

Dropped kerbs are provided at side roads and street lighting is provided throughout the site.