Lucy Tower multi-storey car park in Lincoln to shut for 20 weeks for repairs
The 458-space Lucy Tower car park in Lincoln is to close for 20 weeks for maintenance costing £1.1 million.
The car park will be closed from March 25. Damage to surfaces from winter road salt and grit from cars is to be fixed and steel supports replaced.
Council car parks in Orchard Street are to made available for public use throughout and spaces will be available at County Offices from 8am to midnight at weekends.
Meanwhile, Thornbridge car park is due to open on March 21 after a refurbishment.
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Shirley Turk, 76, of Sandwell Drive in Lincoln, said: "Closing Lucy Tower is going to be disastrous.
"It will ruin Lincoln even more and block up the roads.
"It will affect people that want to go the Odeon and people that want to go to the Brayford."
Sheena Davis, 60, from Rampton, said: "We like using Lucy Tower because it's close to town and it's safer as it is patrolled. It will be hugely inconvenient."
Sarah Green, 43, of Waltham near Grimsby, said: "It's going to have a massive impact.
"I'm going to have park somewhere uphill near the castle and walk.
"I use it about three times a week and it will be very inconvenient for me. I'm sure it could have been done in stages."
The project will involve supporting floors with joists as the work is done so the entire building will need to be closed.
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