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Hall Quay area

Norfolk County Council and Great Yarmouth Borough Council are putting forward proposals for changes to the Hall Quay area of the town. We’d like your feedback on the plans to help shape the final version of the scheme, which will be delivered using money awarded to the county council form New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership’s Local Growth Fund.

This builds on other recent improvements in Great Yarmouth, including work to the Market Gates Bus Interchange, pedestrian wayfinding, Fuller’s Hill roundabout, and pedestrian and cycling improvements.

The main aims of the project are to:

  • Regenerate the area and return Hall Quay to its historic status as a central hub, helping to attract more visitors.
  • Provide accessibility improvements for pedestrians.
  • Improve links for cyclists through Hall Quay and help encourage people to use more sustainable modes of transport.
  • Provide a blank canvas for any future public realm improvements.
  • Maintain current capacity on the road network.

You can download the project exhibition boards, including the plans, from the box on this page. 

Consultation

We would like to hear your views on proposed changes to the Hall Quay area of Great Yarmouth.

Take part in our consultation

 

This gives you the chance to rate your level of agreement with proposals and to share your wider views on them. The deadline for comments is Friday 2 August.

 

Drop-in sessions and other ways to get involved

If you would like to view the plans in person, the consultation maps and information from the online survey will be on display in Great Yarmouth Town Hall between Wednesday 10 July and Friday 2 August 2019, 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.

There are two opportunities to talk to people working on the project.  Members of the County Council’s design team will be at Great Yarmouth Town Hall on Thursday 18 July between 12pm and 4pm and on Wednesday 24 July, between 3.30pm and 7pm.

You can also email tfgy@norfolk.gov.uk or call Ed Bown, Senior Engineer, on 0344 800 8020 to request printouts of the material or ask any questions about the project.

Next steps

The deadline for comments is Friday 2 August. We will carefully consider all responses and report back to local councillors, who will then decide how to proceed with the project. This page will be kept up to date with the latest information.

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