Notices and Proceedings Watch: 24/06/2015

Changes are ahead on First's Lowestoft network, including service
122.
This fortnight's Notices and Proceeding document, circulated this morning, contains a large number of articles relevant to the immediate local area and those surrounding.

Ambassador Travel service 730 is cancelled with effect from August 29th. Publicity posters at Great Yarmouth's Market Gates bus station put up over the last two months give details of potential new services linking the rural villages on the route of the 730 with Great Yarmouth. 

First are set to make numerous changes in Lowestoft from August 2nd. An application has been made to operate new service 104, however, no route details are provided. From the same date, First have also applied to vary Lowestoft run services X2, 99, 102, 106, 111 and 122. The 103 and 123 are cancelled; I can only assume this will tie in with the registration of the 104, but we will have to wait and see. In Ipswich from August 9th, applications are made to vary services 53, 60, 61 and 61A. From September 6th Norwich service 600 from County Hall to Harford Park and Ride is cancelled as expected. Great Yarmouth school services to Flegg High School from Hemsby and Martham are to be withdrawn from August 29th.

Alborough Community Transport have applied to vary service AD8, which operates between Sharrington and Holt, from July 31st.

OurBus, based in Acle, have applied to begin operating their Seafront Circular service in Great Yarmouth again this year from July 29th to August 28th. 

Mentioned in a Notices and Proceedings Document a few weeks ago was a public inquiry to be held with Wymondham based Semmence Coaches. The latest document states that no action is to be taken against the operator, and they may continue on their current licence.
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