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Queen’s Hills Campaign - Sign our petition to get a second exit

PUBLISHED: 16:28 12 June 2015 | UPDATED: 16:33 12 June 2015

The George Wimpey development at Queens Hills, Costessey, pictured in 2008.

The George Wimpey development at Queens Hills, Costessey, pictured in 2008.

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2008

The Evening News launched a campaign this week to get a second exit at Queen’s Hills in Costessey.

Infrastructure is one of a number of problems people living on the housing estate have dealt with over the years after lead developer Cofton went into administration in March 2009.
Many of the promised facilities have either been delayed or not materialised.

There have been problems with the sewage system and long delays to the community centre.
But with a thriving school on site and more facilities now being built, Queen’s Hills is growing and needs a second exit.

Hundreds of people have already signed our petition calling for the second exit. You can put your name to it below. 



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