May Updates

Change of venue for the social and consultation meeting to Ferry Lane Social Club in Ferry Lane off King Street, King's Lynn for Thursday 12 May. 7.45pm start. Ring the bell! Times have been confirmed for Sunday 29 May for the London Free Cycle: trains leave King's Lynn 0825 arriving London 1011 and hourly thereafter ...

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November 2021 Meeting and Consultations

New Consultations 21/02057/S257 - Snettisham Mill Gardens, diversion of right of way. Footpath. Open Spaces Society is objecting but I feel we should make no comment due to lack of right of access for cycling. 21/01979/FM - King's Lynn Queen Elizabeth Hospital, new class C2 building. I think this is near the site of the ...

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Consultations August 2021

New Consultations We've been invited to take part in the Great Big Green Week 18 – 26 September 2021 to highlight active travel. Are we up for that? Ideas for what to do? Who would we nominate as Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Cycling Commissioner? And who wants to get involved in their active travel forum for ...

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Consultations May 2021

Here are the consultation updates we have seen for the May 2021 meeting: Burnham Market, Creake Road : Proposed 20mph Speed Limit Order - PR3947 (DPS 70925) - I sent an initial response requesting the 20mph extension to continue to the south edge of village and along NCN1. NCN1 is too narrow for 60mph and ...

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Vote Bike 2021

On 6 May 2021, you can vote in local and regional elections. Please Vote Bike. And if you have had any leaflets from candidates, please contact them to ask if they support cycling. Here are some suggested questions for county council candidates (if you're not near King's Lynn, change the town name!): Will you support ...

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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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