Redevelopment of Cherry Tree car park in Dereham now complete
- Credit: Archant
The long-running redevelopment of a Dereham car park is complete.
The Cherry Tree car park has been renowned for causing problems for motorists in the past.
Large pot holes at the entrance and throughout are said to have caused damage to vehicles.
Workers have been laying a new surface and repainting lines.
Sections of the free car park, which is owned by Breckland Council, have been closed while work has been carried out.
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The refurbishment work, which has also included repairs to the surface water drainage system, was carried out in three separate phases to keep the car park open and minimise disruption.
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All areas of the car park and both entrances are now open. What do you think of parking facilities in Dereham? E mail email@example.com