Notices and Proceedings Watch - 25/11/2015

January is to be a busy time for service changes across Norfolk
A slightly belated Notices and Proceedings Watch this week as I was at a Criminology Conference in London yesterday, so apologies for that. However, yesterday's circulation contains quite a lot of bits to get through, so could not go a miss.

Feline Executive Travel of Catiflield have had a variation application granted to increase the authorisation at 10 The Archway, Stalham to three vehicles and open a new depot at Unit B, Pinelands, Catfield Insutrial Estate witha vehicle authorisation of four vehicles.

Applications to vary existing services have been made by First Eastern Counties, whose Norwich Network Green Line, Red Line and Yellow Line and early morning services 31 and new 32 will see changes from January 3rd 2016. Full details of these changes can be found here.

Also making applications to vary existing services are Stagecoach in Norfolk, with changes noted to services 1, 2, 3, 45, 29, 48 and Coasthopper between King's Lynn and Hunstanton from January 4th 2016.

Routespek have cancelled service 561 from January 6th 2016
Konectbus have made applications to vary services 3/6, 6/6A/X6, 13B, 503 and 511 from January 11th 2016. The changes noted for services 503 and 511 can be viewed here. A cancellation notification is made for service 512, see previous link for more information.

Routespek of Bungay are to cancel Fridays only service 561 between Southwold, Wrentham and Norwich with effect from January 6th 2016.

Norse Commercial Services have had a clear out of registrations, with their records for service 101, 550, 551, 552, 603, 605, 606. Notably, Norwich Orbital services 550, 551 and 552 have not operated for around seven years.
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