Bluebell Meadow is a residential development of over 850 homes, located on the south side of Bradwell approximately 2 miles south west of Great Yarmouth.
There are no currently no stops within the site. The nearest are along the northern edge along A143/Green Lane junction.
Bluebell meadow is served by three regular services providing links to Bradwell, Belton, Great Yarmouth, with connecting services to the James Paget Hospital.
Many local amenities are within an easy two or three mile cycling distance of Bluebell Meadow. A shared pedestrian and cycle path has been constructed linking Bradwell to Gorleston. Additional cycle routes within the development are currently under construction.
As well as being located close to the local cycle network, the site is also situated in proximity of the Norfolk Coast Cycleway which is an on-road cycleway and part of the National Cycle Network. Route 1, which runs along River Yare in Great Yarmouth, is a long distance cycle route connecting Dover and the Shetland Islands.
No cycle parking is included as part of the development.
Great Yarmouth station is located approximately 3.5 miles from Bluebell Meadow.
The station has nine Sheffield cycle stands in the station forecourt, it also operates the Bike & Go Hire scheme. There are no parking spaces available at the station. Buses and taxis do operate from the station forecourt.
The station is served by Abellio Greater Anglia trains which offer an hourly connection to Norwich between Monday and Sunday, and a half hourly connection during peak periods. Most services travel via the Acle and only a few services go through the village of Berney Arms and Reedham. A number of services operate to/from London Liverpool Street during the weekends over summer. Connecting services from Norwich to Cambridge and Peterborough whilst onward travel to London is possible by changing at Ely, Cambridge or Norwich for Liverpool Street and Ely or Cambridge for King’s Cross.
Pedestrian/cycle access points to the Phase 1 area of the development are provided in three locations; through the roundabout with the A143, via Browston Lane and Clay Lane. Footpaths are provided throughout the site facilitating access for pedestrians to local community facilities.