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Need for radical solution to tackle infrastructure in King's Lynn in future

He said that there is no room in town to “tinker” with the existing town infrastructure.

I hope that he will now press for a plan to work towards sequentially over the next 100 years to cope with the imminent massive increase of everything soon to be upon us.

That will need a radical solution to face the rapid and alarming growth of worldwide population and employment needs from which Lynn will not escape.

Hardings Way, King's Lynn (2310165)
Hardings Way, King's Lynn (2310165)

At 91 and a retired architect, I too am considerably alarmed and have been trying for two years to persuade the regeneration councillors and county highways to avoid just “tinkering” for the sake of the future wellbeing of the town.

My thesis, a theory put forward, “Roads and river, an imperative need?” January 2018, subsequently modified, was sent to them all and contains a potential way forward for consideration.

I am hoping that amplification will help Cllr Thomas Smith in his quest.

I see from today’s Lynn News with an article by Allister Webb, that there is seemingly no expected solution in mind yet!

Desmond Waite


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