Traffic control to help developer
A MEETING for business owners and residents likely to be affected by traffic restrictions in Tattershall Road will take place tonight.
A one-way system will be in place on the route from Monday September 16, for five weeks, to allow Chestnut Homes to build a new housing development.
The housing developer has been invited to attend the meeting, organised by Boston Borough Councillor Carol Taylor, which will be held at 6pm at the Unicorn pub.
Councillor Taylor said: "I know many people are concerned about the impact the traffic controls may have, especially those with businesses, so I hope they take this opportunity to speak to Chestnut Homes."
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During the works, motorists will be able to enter Tattershall Road from Grand Sluice Bridge, however, all traffic must exit the road via Rawsons Lane, Horncastle Road and Norfolk Street.
A full road closure will also take place on Tattershall Road for a minimum of one day in each of the weeks starting October 21, November 11 and November 25, as the developer needs to position a crane on the road.
Martyn Allen, network and development manager, said: "The traffic restrictions are necessary to keep motorists safe from the works and allow the developer a safe working distance from traffic, whilst minimising any adverse effect on the public and local traders.
"We apologise for any inconvenience caused while these works are taking place and please allow extra time for your journeys."
Advance warning signs will be in place and a local diversion route will be signed. All dates are subject to weather conditions.