Notices and Proceedings Watch - 30/09/2015

Major changes are ahead at Anglianbus this November
This week's Notices and Proceedings Document, circulated this morning, contains various details and changes from the Norwich and Norfolk area.

Freestones Coaches have decreased their vehicle authorisation at the Beetley depot to 8 vehicles, and increased their authorisation at the Norwich depot on Bessemer Road to 9.

Anglianbus dominate the document this fortnight. A new application is granted for service 7, which will now operate from Norwich to Great Yarmouth then onto Lowestoft - rather than changing for a 61. Meanwhile, there are applications to vary services 7, 60H, 60J, 60S, 61, 61A, 61B, 61C, 80, 81, 81A, 82, 82A, 87, 88, 88A, 88B. All Anglianbus changes noted have effect from November 2nd.

Konectbus too make numerous appearances. A new registration is granted for service 53, which will operate between Wroxham and Queen's Hills. Applications are made to vary services 6, 6A, X6 and 52. Cancellations are made to services 2, 2A, 5, 16 and 53. All changes are effective from November 2nd, full details can be viewed here.

Winter Coasthopper registrations are made my Stagecoach
Stagecoach in Norfolk have registered the Winter Coasthopper service between Hunstaton and Wells and Wells and Cromer, see yesterday's report, on an hourly basis from November 9th.

An application amend First Norwich school service 910 was granted under short notice with effect from September 20th.

Granted under short notice for BorderBus was an application for service SJL9 between Barnby and Sir John Leman High School. Granted under short notice was an application to vary service SJL5 between Carlton Colville and Sir John Leman High School, both from September 4th.
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