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  • Mundesley sea front
    Article: Dec 3, 2017

    A number of Mundesley residents have contacted me about the new lights on the green, Mundesley sea front. Some think they are too bright and out of character with the village. Others say they make them feel more secure when walking there. What do you think? Contact me to have your say.

  • Sanders buses
    Article: Dec 3, 2017

    The County Council is also looking to reduce the money it spends on supporting bus services. Here is what they say:

    We are proposing to carry out a review of the money we give to bus companies to subsidise bus routes and the grants we give to community transport operators, with a view to saving £0.5 million in 2018/19. We want to look at whether we could get better value for money without there being a noticeable impact on passengers. However it is likely that we would need to prioritise which services we continue to support in order to save some of this money.

  • Edingthorpe
    Article: Dec 3, 2017

    The County Council is planning to cut the number of roads it grits in the winter. This is what they say:

    We are proposing to reduce the number of roads that we grit in order to save £200,000. We currently grit 34% of the road network and we are proposing to reduce this to 30% of roads. We would achieve this by carrying out an in-depth assessment of the road network in Norfolk in order to re-prioritise which roads should still be gritted. There would continue to be a gritted route into each town and village currently in receipt of one.

  • Knapton Millenium Field
    Article: Nov 24, 2017

    Since I was elected to the County Council in May a number of Knapton residents have approached me about the planned housing development in School Close (Millenium Field).

    Planning for housing developments is decided by North Norfolk District Council (NNDC). It is not directly a concern of the County Council, although the County Council can be consulted on things like the impact on local roads and school places. However, I know this development has been the subject of much debate in the village over a number of years, so I approached the Planning Department at NNDC to find out the latest news.