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New Anglia LEP to showcase regeneration schemes for the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts

King's Lynn Waterfront viewed from West Lynn. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King's Lynn Waterfront viewed from West Lynn. Picture: Matthew Usher.


The region will play its part in a national conversation about how to regenerate coastal towns at a showcase with developers and investors.

New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership managing director Chris Starkie will be representing Norfolk and Suffolk at the RESI conference in Wales today where he will be joining a panel to discuss opportunities along the coast.

Sites from the region will be showcased to potential investors with the King’s Lynn Waterfront Regeneration project among them.

Mr Starkie said: “There are a range of exciting development opportunities here, including a number of interesting mixed use and residential sites. Our coastal towns, from King’s Lynn and North Norfolk around to Great Yarmouth, Ipswich and Felixstowe, present opportunities for creative and innovative developments in primary waterfront or coastal locations.”

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