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Jubilee Fire Station

Case Study for Emergency Services РNew Fire Station

The new Jubilee Fire Station at Carrow, situated off Martineau Lane, replaced the 1930s Bethel Street Station in the centre of Norwich to complete a strategic rationalization with three stations around the ring road.

A contemporary design, led by Michael Spicer at NPS, attached to a former public House within a Conservation Area and which had to be incorporated and now provides training and conference facilities.

The two-storey station has an improved training tower and houses a heavy rescue pump, personnel quarters and administration facilities. It also houses a swift water rescue team to enhance flood responses and also serves as a base for the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust.