Mulberry Park

Mulberry Park is a residential development of 150 dwellings to the south-east of Poringland situated approximately 10km southeast of Norwich.

There no bus stops on the site, the nearest is located on Norwich Road at the Caistor Lane and Oaklands junctions, and at the Stoke Road roundabout.

There is a shelter at the northbound stop at the Stoke Road roundabout. There are no existing stops on Stoke Road within the built-up area. The 87 route runs via Stoke Road, while the 88 runs via Norwich Road and serves the stops at Caistor Lane and Oaklands.

The nearest Park and Ride facility is Harford Park & Ride which is located approximately 6km from the site and can be accessed via the Harford Interchange A140/A47. The site has 1,088 car parking spaces, electric vehicle charging points and cycling parking. Konnect Bus service 502 circles between Harford P&R and Sprowston P&R via Norwich city centre offering bus services up to every 15 min.

Bus timetables and operators

Live bus departure information

There is a shared use pathway running along the east side of Norwich Road in the vicinity of the site. There is a suitable route into Norwich via the Arminghall Lane and stoke road.

There is no cycle parking is included as part of the development.

Staying safe on the road and cycle routes

Find out about the cycle loan scheme

There are no train services in the proximity of the development. The closest rail station is located over 6km away in Norwich.

The station can be accessed in 14 minutes’ drive by car or in approximately 30 minutes via the No.40 Charcoal Line bus to the Norwich city centre followed by a short walk or transfer to the No.14 Green Line bus. 

Norwich rail station provides links to further regional centres, as well as other destinations across the country. 

Purchase tickets

Live departure and arrival boards for Norwich train station

There are footways along both sides of Norwich Road and a crossing by the Stoke Road/Long Lane roundabout. There is a footway along the north side of the whole length of Stoke Road and on the easternmost part of the south side, and none on Caistor Lane.

There is a shared path running along the east side of Norwich Road in the vicinity of the site.