Harding's Way: Objection to 17/1008/F

Here's a copy of our objection to application 17/1008/F by the Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk to itself to move the bus gate north, remove the restrictions south of there and add three turnings off Harding's Way. It's a bit long but that's because the plan seems to contradict so many policies, ...

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Save Hardings Way Walk/Ride 11am Sat 15 Jul 2017

Please share widely! Explanation from County Councillor Alex Kemp - "nearly all Borough Councillors at last Wednesday's Regeneration Panel spoke in favour of opening up Hardings Way to traffic, for the benefit of 436 flats they want on the Boal Quay. They ignored the objections of Whitefriars School I forwarded to them.This will ruin the ...

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Riverfront Consultation - Group Responses

With reference to the King's Lynn Riverfront Delivery Plan, King's Lynn and West Norfolk Bike Users Group would like to express its absolute opposition to the proposal to open Harding's Way to all traffic. This route, which was originally open only to cyclists and pedestrians, and was opened to buses in 2011, currently provides a ...

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Air Quality and Harding's Way

The plan to "improve" London Road's Air Quality by moving more motor vehicles to Harding's Way (NCN1) was covered about 8:43am on BBC Radio Norfolk's Breakfast Show on Wed 1 April but sadly it was no April Fools Day joke. BUG's MJ Ray said "We're completely unconvinced by the claims that it would benefit air ...

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