Regeneration of Kings Lynn
November 28, 2009 by Gareth
A little over a year ago the East of England Development Agency kick started the regeneration of Kings Lynn in Norfolk. Over 40 million pounds worth of public funds and private money has been invested in the project.
The local community was divided by an old derelict industrial site and drainage channel. This brown field site was heavily polluted and the water had to be diverted. Kings Lynn became one of seven ‘’millennium communities’’. The community has now been reunited. Nar Ouse site will include 950 houses, a school, a community centre and a university building.
Kings Lynn has always been a vibrant town, even when divided, offering many annual events, tourist attractions, societies and promotions. Printing companies in and around Kings Lynn have supplied promotional material; for example, banner, poster and flyer printing, for many years. This new increase in population and facilities should further increase demand for these services.
Print companies in Kings Lynn offering fast turn around will surely benefit form increased demand. New businesses will also need the usual stationery and advertising material. There is an obvious advantage for local clients requiring print services to use a printing company in Kings Lynn. The ‘personal touch’
Works well in the print industry. Often, changes are made to jobs in progress. Savings can be made on shipping and transport costs.
Kings Lynn is a good place to consider if you are setting up a print business. The reunited people will do all they can to promote their newly revitalised community.