Cogs of progress slow
I WAS heartened to read that Terry Kelly is looking into the proposed leisure development on the quayside in Lowestoft.I remember several years ago there was talk about a new shopping outlet, maritime museum, restaurant and cinema.
I WAS heartened to read that Terry Kelly is looking into the proposed leisure development on the quayside in Lowestoft.
I remember several years ago there was talk about a new shopping outlet, maritime museum, restaurant and cinema. It's such a shame that the cogs of progress are so slow.
Talk is one thing, action is another.
We do have a cinema which is very good value for money. The only disadvantage of it's situation is the lack of parking which I dare say puts a lot of people off going.
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The choice of restaurants in Lowestoft is dwindling too, so again I dare say that any new development would be embraced with open arms from the youngest members of our community to the elderly.
This is a unique opportunity for the council to get it right.
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If the third crossing can be built into the plans (with the help of 1st East) what a difference it could make to an area crying out for redevelopment.
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