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Photos of possible locations

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Please post a photo and details of potential sites for an Aire or waste point in your location with who owns the land if known, we will direct councils and tourism bodies to this page.
If you are able to make contact please put the brief details: contact name and details, date contacted, method of contact.
These could be disused car parks, closed businesses like car sales plots, public toilets, clubs etc or car parks empty at night.
Use your imagination but consider access for larger vehicles and away from residential areas.
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Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

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Two aire sites that look ideal are in Great Yarmouth
1) Beside the railway footbridge beside River Bure / Brendon Water on path into market place, town centre, and opposite Aldi. Also close to Asda.
Owned by Norfolk CC or GYBC. Waste land for years.
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2) An disused skate park, beside the Wellington Pier and Merrivale Model Village, owned by the Wellington Pier Co. located on Golden Mile. Been unused for years.
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Service Points at disused Public Toilet blocks in Gorleston-on-sea

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1) In Gorleston: On Malthouse Lane, close to site of the new bridge being built 2021 into Gt Yarmouth port area, owned by GYBC
I have proposed idea to GYTABIA (business and tourism) for business opportunity.
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2) In Gorleston, opposite Riverside Car Park (height restrictions), near King William IV PH
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Photo of potential aire sites in Lowestoft

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Beside the Dock
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And behind Birds Eye factory at Ness Point

Emailed the Town Council who responded to contact East Suffolk County Council
23 March

Response that Customer Services will forward to relevant departments saying it was an interesting proposal
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Re: Photos of possible locations

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From Facebook post by Loraine Loffstadt
We have just stopped for a walk at Lackford Lakes Bury St Edmunds. It’s run by Suffolk Wildlife Trust. The carpark is large so we gave them details of CAMpRA and he said they would look at it. Think be good to run an email to the trust as they have quite a few places around Suffolk. Could someone follow this up please as we are now travelling?
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