Harrold,in the Twenty-first
Century, has continued to expand and to add to its wide repertoire
of building styles now spanning nine centuries. Three significant
developments have already taken place: Eagle
Way was largely completed in 2003 and occupies the former
Eagle Works which
played a large part in the village's leather industry.The development
originally known as Primrose Place was
constructed by national builder, Bryant, and occupies the former
Bridgman timber factory
which was Harrold's largest employer at the end of the last century.
The third development, originally referred to as
Pilgrims' Landing, was constructed by another national builder,
Redrow. This land was originally occupied by Harrold's
earliest settlers 4,500 years ago.
A new development known then as "Pilgrim's Landing was completed in 2005.This is now the entrance to Harewelle Way.
Roman Paddock - the entrance to the development formerly known as Primrose Place which was completed in 2006.