Rat-running

8th October 2019

I have long argued that to fulfil Norfolk’s true economic potential, that we must fully dual the A47 and ensure the Western Link from the NDR to A47 are delivered.

I am very proud to have helped secure the £300 million required for the first phase of A47 dualling between North Tuddenham and Easton – a testament to the work of the A47 Alliance and the combined efforts of Norfolk’s MPs between 2010 and 2015.

However, we must ensure that during these improvements issues are not just simply shifted elsewhere. A proper plan must be put in place to ensure that rat-running through nearby communities is prevented while these improvements are delivered.

That’s why I attended a meeting at St Peter’s Church in Kimberley last week to hear from concerned residents from the village, as well as nearby Wymondham, Carleton Forhoe, Barnham Broom and Hockering, amongst others.

A number of actions arose from the meeting and I’m pleased to follow up on these going forward and look forward to reporting back.

George Freeman MP attends a meeting at St Peter’s Church in Kimberley

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