Car park height barrier closed to deter overnight camping on east coast of Lincolnshire
A height barrier at Huttoft Car Terrace between Anderby Creek and Sandilands will be closed overnight on Monday, September 23 to stop overnight camping.
Lincolnshire County Council is closing the car park, completing a bid to stop overnight camping in its coastal car parks.
The council has already installed height barriers at Marsh Yard, Anderby Creek, Chapel Six Marshes and Wolla Bank which prevent camper vans or motor homes from entering the car parks.
LCC will be working alongside Lincolnshire Police withh officers from the council locking the height barrier at the entrance to the site at 9am on September 23. If any vehicle owner refuses to leave they will need to contact the council to arrange for the barrier to be temporarily unlocked again.
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Executive member for the environment Councillor Colin Davie said: “Our car parks are a place day visitors can leave their vehicle when they come to enjoy the spectacular views of the Lincolnshire coastline. Lincolnshire County Council does not allow overnight camping in its car parks.
"There are plenty of camping and caravan sites nearby for people to use which also benefits the local economy.
"We have spoken with people who are camping in Huttoft Car Terrace to make them aware of our plans and warning signs are in place."