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Graham Wray inside the civil ...
Graham Wray inside the civil defence bunker in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt
inside the civil defence bunker in King's Lynn.
Graham Wray, facilities manager with NPS, which manages properties for Norfolk County Council, said the bunker was built in 1966, beneath a new old peopleâ€™s home and day centre.
â€œThere are lots of them around,â€ he
said. â€œThere are two near Norwich, one at Bawburgh, one at County Hall.
knew nothing about its operational arrangements and there were no plans to open the complex to the public.
â€œItâ€™s no more than a cellar to a building now,â€ he
said. â€œThere are already bunkers open to the public - Neatishead is one, thatâ€™s a much bigger one.â€
Graham Wray, facilities manager at NPS Property Consultants, said: "We don't have any authority over the river but I am sure if he moved to the middle he would fall foul of some law, perhaps for being a hazard.
"We have thought long and hard about this and given due consideration to both sides.We will now be seeking legal advice."
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Graham Wray, facilities manager for NPS Property Consultants Ltd, said: "We were preparing a case to take Mr McGowan to court but we had not got a date yet.