Following a safety audit, a pedestrian/cycle path and a toucan crossing were constructed at Broadland Way, and a number of other improvements, mainly to road markings and traffic signs, have also been identified. What about the bats? In 2003, a survey showed that 78% of residents were in favour of a northern bypass. I'm happy to take questions but I don't really want to hear people shouting out. Known addresses: 87 Buxton Road, Spixworth. These are external links and will open in a new windowThe final stretch of Norwich's £205m Northern Distributor Road - now called Broadland Northway - has opened.The 3.3-mile section (5.25km) runs from the A1151 Wroxham Road to the A47 at the Postwick hub. From there, it proceeds northwest to the A1067.

The road has been criticised by opponents as being unnecessary and being deliberately built for urban sprawl. Amazingly, it seems to sort of work, but don't go there, seriously. Controversial new transport proposals have been stepped up after councillors agreed to spend more than £1.2m buying a farm along the potential route of the Norwich Western Link road - but environmental campaigners have raised fears for the welfare of bats and badgers. "Later in the meeting, Mr Peck, cabinet member for commercial services and asset management, said the purchase of the 13-acres was necessary as the proposed new road ran through the farm and equestrian business.

An alternative suggestion would be to improve the Outer Ring Road to provide better access to the airport from the Critics also note that the original plan for a bypass has now been "watered down" to a distributor road, and suggest that the proliferation of roundabouts is due to future provision for new housing estates, retail parks and industrial areas in what is now quiet countryside near the Broads. Map of NR10 3PW postcode. However, there was significant environmental opposition to the western section of the route through the Wensum flood plain, and hence this section was cancelled around 2008. The Norwich Northern Distributor Road, now officially named the Broadland Northway (but also known as the NDR) is a 12.4 mi (20.0 km) dual-carriageway linking the A47 to the south east of the city to the proposed Rackheath Eco-town and Norwich International Airport to the north of Norwich before finishing at the A1067 Fakenham Road to the north west of the city. The final stretch of Norwich's £205m Northern Distributor Road - now called Broadland Northway - has opened. It contains 8 new roundabouts, two grade separated junctions, and 7 bridges, though none of these cross the major rivers in the area. "And he added that the council had agreed to plant one million trees, but was interrupted by shouts from the public gallery.Jen Parkhouse said: "[That's] impossible. 91 Buxton Road, Spixworth. For instance, traffic has to cross the A47 twice via bridges to reach the A47 eastbound. Now on its third edition, the map has been updated to include the most recent investment in the city’s pedalway network, as well as some longer routes that take in local history and beauty spots. Norwich Northern Distributor Road cost rises by £19.25m Norwich Northern Distributor Road first section opens to traffic The 3.3-mile section (5.25km) runs from the …

© 2015-2020 Norfolk County Council "She added: "How about mitigation measures? By Road . The third was the current southern bypass. Use this screen to search for planning applications using a combination of search criteria. ... See all pictures on a map > Link. 101 … Construction of the A1270 Broadland Northway (Norwich NDR) started in January 2016 and the road was fully opened to traffic in April 2018. The proposed route would see the new Northern Distributor Road (NDR), known as the Broadland Northway, join the A47 at Honingham, and pass through the Wensum Valley, which is …