Campers moved from coastal car park
ACTION has been taken to remove overnight campers from a coastal car park.
Lincolnshire County Council has acted to stop people from staying overnight in its Marsh Yard car park, near Anderby, following a number of complaints from the local community.
The council does not permit overnight camping in any of its six coastal car parks.
Working alongside Lincolnshire Police, officers from the council have now locked the height barrier at the entrance to the site.
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Those who have yet to leave will need to contact the council to arrange for the barrier to be temporarily unlocked again.
Councillor Colin Davie, executive member for the environment, said: “We have taken this step in order to prevent people from camping overnight in our car park.
"We have been speaking with the people who have been staying on the site to make them aware of our plans.
“They have been given plenty of notice to leave but this has been ignored.
“Closing the barrier will prevent further instances like this occurring, and encourage the remaining individuals to leave.
"I appreciate many people want to use this area and enjoy the spectacular views of the coastline, but this situation was unacceptable and I felt Lincolnshire County Council had to take decisive action.”
He added that the council will continue to take similar action at other sites across the county as and when required.