Currently, there are not any bus stops located within the site, however, there are several bus stops located within 400 metres on Stalham Road. A number of bus services operate from these stops, linking to Stalham, Wroxham, Costessey, Salhouse, and Norwich.
There are no existing on-road cycle routes within the local area. The majority of roads nearby are subject to a 30mph speed limit and residential roads providing access to the local amenities.
The Bure Valley Path offers a nine mile off-road pedestrian and cycle route that follows the Bure Valley railway between Hoveton and Aylsham. Access to the path at Hoveton & Wroxham station is approximately 1.5 km from the development site.
The Three Rivers Way between Wroxham and Horning is located approximately 1km from the development site.
No cycle parking is included as part of the development.Find out about the cycle loan scheme
Hoveton and Wroxham Rail Station is located approximately 1.5 km to the south east of the site. The station is equipped with 16 sheltered Sheffield stand cycle spaces and two lockers with CCTV coverage. The car parking provides space for 13 vehicles.
The station offers a good connection to Norwich, with good connections to many destinations within and outside Norfolk, including half hourly services to London Liverpool Street, half hourly to hourly services to Great Yarmouth and hourly services to Cambridge.Live departure and arrival boards for Hoveton and Wroxham train station
Access to the Hoveton and Wroxham villages can be made via the shared use path into Summer Drive onto the Stalham Road.
The Bure Valley Path offers a nine mile off road pedestrian and cycle route that follows the Bure Valley railway between Hoveton and Aylsham.
The Three rivers ways offers a 2 ½ mile route passes through beautiful countryside with ancient hedgerows, providing ready access to the Broads and the River Bure at each end – Hoveton and Horning.