160 King Street

160 King Street is a 500-year-old Grade II Listed Building that has been left disused since 2001. The council issued the previous owners with conservation-based improvement notices, which were not complied with. Recently, ownership has returned to the council, who in the near future will be working alongside GYPT in order to complete the necessary work to the structure. Based off similar buildings down King Street, estimates show the building will cost a total of £350,000 to repair.

This building is the last timber framed building in the urban area of Great Yarmouth, so as such holds a lot of historical value, and therefore must be saved as soon as possible, before it, too, becomes consigned entirely to history.