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Jul-10-2015 @ 7:22 AM                           Permalink
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At least the food will not be the normal frozen carp


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Jul-10-2015 @ 10:48 AM                           Permalink
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A change of use looks fine, I can't understand any objections to any traffic issues as driver's under the influence of alcohol (I don't mean necessarily over the limit) have been pulling out of that car park for years. The expected number of visitors would be less than any thriving pub would have... the problem is, this place has not been a place to attract that many in the past.

If you want to see more traffic, make it into a garden centre. There are many more alternative commercial activities that create more traffic.

Speeding is the issue on the Acle straight, then they probably need to place speed cameras on that section, reduce the speed limit (both of these would take a long time to implement if ever). Regular radar traps would slow the locals down.
The ideal place for the speed reduction techniques is at the Stracey arms.
Adding a roundabout would help to control the traffic, or widening the road to create a turning lane, a deceleration lane and acceleration lane.
However, no new venture could finance this, unless the whole area is developed.

best regards, Richard.

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That has been used as that for a number of weeks now - least it was when I moored there some time ago.

Guess they will be applying in retrospect ?

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Hi folks

There has been a thread running for a little while about The Stracey Arms which is more likely where people will look for updates and information about the latest developments.

I hope you are OK therefore  with this little bit of forum "housekeeping" ....

So, please add your comments to the thread which you will find


Many thanks, Karen

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