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How you can help create the future of King's Lynn

How you can help create the future of King's Lynn

Published by KLFM
12:16pm 12th February 2019.

How you can help create the future of West Norfolk.

A new project could see us sharing our thoughts on how to improve the King's Lynns Town Centre.

The project has been launched to develop a long term plan which will make the town centre thrive.

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‘Vision King’s Lynn’ is a project which has been launched by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk working in partnership with Discover King’s Lynn, the King’s Lynn Business Improvement District.

Over the next few weeks, people are being asked to share their thoughts about the town centre, and their aspirations for the future of the town.

Councillor Peter Hodson, Cabinet Member for Economic Development explained:

"The town centre is the heart of King's Lynn with so many qualities and attributes.

But we are aware that our high streets are under pressure.

Which is why we want to make sure our town centre thrives and becomes a destination of choice which we can all be proud of.

We want to work with the people who use the town centre - who work here, who live here, who do business here, who trade here, who shop here, who visit here - to shape what our town centre will look like in the future."

Complete the online survey.

You have until Monday, 25th February to share your views.

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