A public consultation on the four shortlisted options for a Norwich Western Link is now open.
Norfolk County Council wants to create a Norwich Western Link to improve travel between the A47 and the western end of Broadland Northway (formerly the Northern Distributor Road) and to tackle transport problems in the area. We published four potential routes for a Norwich Western Link earlier this month and we’ve now made further information about them available to coincide with the consultation opening.
You can find out more about the options online via www.norfolk.gov.uk/nwl or by coming to one of our staff events taking place in local communities throughout the consultation period. A full list of these events is below.
Once you have looked through this information, there are a number of ways you can respond to the consultation. If you are responding on behalf of an organisation or in an official capacity, we would encourage you to your response in writing, as follows:
by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
by post to Norwich Western Link, Infrastructure Delivery Team, Norfolk County Council, County Hall, Floor 2, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DH
You can also respond online by completing our consultation questionnaire via www.norfolk.gov.uk/nwl or in person at one of our consultation events.
A list of these events is below and all the events will run between 2pm and 8pm unless otherwise stated:
Monday 3 December at Drayton Village Hall
Tuesday 4 December at The Forum, Norwich (12-5pm)
Wednesday 5 December at Hockering Village Hall
Monday 10 December at Easton Village Hall
Tuesday 11 December at Taverham Village Hall (12-6pm)
Wednesday 12 December at Hall for All, Weston Longville
Friday 14 December at Salvation Army Church, Fakenham
Tuesday 8 January at Aylsham Town Hall
Thursday 10 January at Diamond Jubilee Lodge, Hellesdon
Friday 11 January at Great Witchingham Village Hall
Monday 14 January at The Costessey Centre
Tuesday 15 January at Dereham Memorial Hall
Wednesday 16 January at Honingham Village Hall
It’s really important we receive your views on our four options for a Norwich Western Link – all the consultation responses will be used to help us identify a preferred route for the Norwich Western Link in Spring 2019.
Please make sure your response reaches us before the consultation closes at midnight on Friday 18 January 2019.
If you have any questions that are not answered by the information we have made available, please let us know using the email and postal address provided above or in person at one of our consultation events.
Chris Fernandez, Project Manager, Norwich Western Link
Infrastructure Delivery, CES department, Norfolk County Council
| Tel: 0344 800 8020 | Website: www.norfolk.gov.uk/nwl
County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DH