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Some kind of walk nearer the River Wensum would be lovely. We have this lovely river but the land is all privately owned and fenced off - no one can walk near the river - such a shame.

Taverham Lane/Costessey Road - there is no path. A path is needed as Taverham and Costessey route is walked by lots of people but you have to go on the road. This route is also used by many cyclists - commuters, school children and leisure ... [more]

There is no footpath on this section of road so people squeeze along a narrow verge. A footpath could be installed to connect the footpaths either side of this section of road.

No footpath one side and not wide enough. Cyclists use pavement as road doesn’t feel safe.

There is no pavement linking the house on Broad Lane with the pavement that begins at Water Lane/Hospital Road. There are numerous families living on Broad Lane all of whom have to drive to Little Plumstead school, or try to brave what amou ... [more]

Footpath turns into nothing for a short distance at a busy junction.

There needs to be a pavement on at least one side of the B1150 for walkers to connect to Crostwick - Spixworth

The footpath is set on the flood wall which is only 300mm wide. Clearly an error on the definitive map but it needs rectifying!

Pavement is too narrow for pedestrians to pass or for push chairs to use in places. Currently the road has increased traffic as a result of making Red Lion Street one way. Widen footpath along length of Burgh Road from Junction at Norwich ... [more]

Pavement is too narrow for pedestrians to pass or for push chairs to use in places. Currently the road has increased traffic as a result of making Red Lion Street one way. Widen footpath along length of Burgh Road from Junction at Norwich ... [more]

Path required along Green Lane to join Thorpe End with the NDR path on Middle Road

I walk between Thorpe End and Rackheath with two large dogs and it is very dangerous with no pavement from Thorpe End Village Hall to the railway crossing.

Small link required to make path and cycle ways along the NDR accessible to Thorpe End and Thorpe St Andrew residents.

There is no path or cycle way from the village hall to the railway line. Once over the line the path and cycle way starts.

There is no footpath between Thorpe End and the footpath/cycleway at the railway crossing. This would create a safe links for pedestrians between Thorpe End and Rackheath

A main route for many children to get to and from school with no suitable pavement nor lighting especially dangerous in the winter months

Right turn lane for southbound traffic turning right into Crown Road with pedestrian refuges each end. Put a pavement round the old Crown Pub

Very narrow foot paths or none on each side of Norwich Road. 2m widecpath on each side of road to access shops and supermarket.

Widen to 2m from Jctn Sir Williams Lane to Norwich Road.

Pavement is too narrow to be shared use with cycles.

The road is very wide and has very wide grass verges. The pavement is very narrow for the amount of walkers and people exercising. The painted cycleway is unprotected on the road and unsuitable for children. A wider pavement and separate pr ... [more]

On a section of Weaver's Way.

Cycle route alongside the Bure valley narrow guage railway.

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