King's Lynn Transport Interchange Project - public consultation begins

The Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk have launched a public consultation and released details of plans to redevelop King's Lynn bus station as part of the borough and county council's King's Lynn Transport Interchange Project which, if approved, is expected to commence later this year.

King's Lynn Transport Interchange artists impression showing proposed canopies over new departure bays © Broxap/BCKLWN
Artists impression of what the new canopies covering the new departure bays proposed for King's Lynn bus station could look like - for detailed plans and maps showing the proposed redevelopment download the project brochure (see end of this article for link to this) photo © BCKLWN/Broxap

As previously reported the project is planned to include redevelopment of the town's bus station including a new layout, improved passenger facilities, refurbished information centre and toilets as well as improvements to the pedestrian links between the bus station and railway station, full proposals and the public consultation are now available to view online, there will also be drop in sessions with a council representative at King's Lynn bus station on the following dates - July 5th (10am-noon) July 7th (noon-2pm) July 8th (2pm-4pm) July 11th (8.30am-10.30am) July 14th (1pm-3pm) July 15th (11am-1pm) and July 18th (9am-11am)

To view the proposals online and to download the King's Lynn Transport Interchange Project brochure click the following link http://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/haveyoursay and then select 'View our current consultations'