Personally, I can't think of a more unsuitable location.The cost of building a landmark visitor centre in the heart of Broads has doubled in less than a year.
Secondly, a tourist center exists in Hoveton which is possibly one of the busiest places on the Norfolk Broads and it is closed out of season.
Why is that toll payers funds are not solely purposed for the rivers, broads and waterways?
Surely funds could be used more sensibly other than for an unnecessary center in a location most people just pass through.
One way to promote climate change awareness is by helping people understand that the climate does change, always has and always will...it's quite normal
Sea levels go up and they go down. One way to prevent sea level rise from affecting the Norfolk Broads is to keep it free of rubbish and dredge it constantly rather than building Ill fitting buildings that don't belong.