Gaywood Parkway Park: Decision Deferred

The borough council planning committee meeting to consider the Gaywood Parkway Park development has deferred the decision indefinitely, due to the late publication of the officer report. At the time of writing, I am not sure if this is the first of the objections KLWNBUG raised in our recent response to the report, or another ...

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Closes Sun 14 March: NCR1 / Gaywood Road Crossing

There is a consultation currently running about proposed changes to where National Cycle Route 1 Sandringham Railway Path crosses Gaywood Road near Strikes and KES until Sunday 14th March. Here is an excerpt of the proposed design: Initial comments from this month's online meeting were that: we welcome the possible increased capacity from a wider ...

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Norfolk Local Transport Plan Consultation

Local Transport Plans set some basic principles, aims and methods for how local government will manage our transport network. As well as informing the county council's highways department, it also affects the borough council's planning decisions. It comes up for review about once a decade and is a really big chance for progress for active ...

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Demo Sat 10th Oct 11am at Hardings Way

Kevin Waddington wrote to ‎Climate Change – King’s Lynn: There will be a demonstration this Saturday 10th October at 11.00am at the South Lynn end of Hardings Way. This has been timed to correspond for the same weekend the actual roadworks on Hardings Way are scheduled to begin. It will be a good opportunity to ...

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Apology Accepted

The Lynn News reports that UK Power Networks has apologised for the substandard blocking of the Reffley-Springwood cycleway. Thank you UK Power Networks. We hope that future diversions by you and other utility companies will be signed properly in future, in line with the Code of Practice on Safety at Streetworks which says "You must ...

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Norfolk loses 42% of its National Cycle Network

Dear Norfolk County Council Cycling and Walking Champion, Does Norfolk County Council have any response to losing 42% of its National Cycle Network routes for safety reasons[1] at this time of increased cycling, government guidelines[3] saying to cycle and walk in preference to driving or public transport and new government statutory guidance[4] to build cycle ...

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