24-hour presence to stop Skegness traveller site spreading
A 24 hour presence will be brought in over the weekend to prevent the traveller site in Skegness spreading.
Around 300 travellers have moved onto the Princes Parade car park off South Parade, which has now been closed to the public.
East Lindsey District Council has confirmed it will monitor activity throughout the weekend to prevent any further unorthorised use of the main car parks in the resort.
A council spokesperson said: "By bringing in the additional measures the Council is keen to ensure that Skegness' car parks remain open to the public during this busy holiday period."
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The Council is already pursuing legal action to regain possession of Princes Parade car park on South Parade.
However, it is likely to be next week before they obtain a court date.
From then, the travellers will be served with a notice giving them three days to move before bailiffs can step in.
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