KLWNBUG Objections to Parkway Park Development

Please send any objections as soon as possible to 20/00724/FM which you should be able to do by clicking "Respond to this consultation" on https://www.streetfocus.uk/map/KingsLynn/20/00724/FM/#15/52.74718/0.42518 - after 29 March 2021, email borough.planning@west-norfolk.gov.uk with 20/00724/FM in the subject line and hopefully your comments should be received as late correspondence for the planning committee. This development would ...

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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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Letter: proposed Marsh Lane development

Previously on KLWNBUG... we criticised the initial plans for the new Lynnsport-Edward Benefer Way road that would have replaced part of the Sandringham Railway cycle path and added dangerous crossings; and then our volunteers (Pete, Rob, myself and many others - including friends at our national body Cyclenation and the charities Sustrans and CTC) helped ...

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Planning Round-up: KL Marsh Lane / DM Bexwell Road / Ringstead Chapel Lane / Clenchwarton Wildfields / Watlington Mill Road

Responding to proposed plans for new buildings and changes is one of the few ways that we can tell developers what local cyclists want. Sadly, many developers either come from far away places where few people cycle or they seem simply not to understand what local cycling policies mean or something. Council officers spot some ...

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Lynnsport Access Road and NCN1 Disruption

The plan to build a road over the drain alongside the cycleway will be re-examined by the borough council planning committee in King's Court (Chapel Street) at 10am on Friday 10 April because of a procedural error. We have not yet been told the details of any cycleway disruption, but there is a rising main ...

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