Proposal for eco-dome in Norfolk could go ahead

A proposal for an eco-dome in Norfolk could go ahead if it is able to secure funding from the National Lottery. The dome, designed by Johnson Design Architects, would be built on an 11ha brownfield site in Gorleston-on-Sea, near Great Yarmouth, and would be able to turn its own waste into fertiliser using a biogas plant. It would also offer a 10,000-seat roller-skating rink, a giant ice rink and fishing pools for anglers. If the project is approved it could be open to the public by 2009.

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