look likely to be needed in Lynn in the near future as plans have been introduced for a new multi-storey cark park to be built.
Problems already exist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital with car congestion at the site, while traffic jams occur close to the Gayton Road entrance, reports lynnnews.co.uk.
The hospital's chief executive Nerissa Vaughan says that plans for a new car park are already in place, though the views of local residents are required as well.
She told the news provider that while an extra 81 car parking spaces have been introduced, more needs to be done to limit the damage in the future.
"We are very aware of the parking and congestion issues here at the hospital which need to be resolved. Unfortunately there isn't a simple solution to these problems," she explained.
"There is a limit to how many parking spaces we can squeeze onto the hospital site, so we have had to look for other ways to resolve these issues."
The introduction of parking barriers may also be considered on Hayling Island after travellers set up camp in a car park by the sea.
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