Town Council to meet regarding highways issues
This article was published on October 10, 2019 and information contained within may be out of date.
Spilsby Town Council is holding an extra ordinary meeting to discuss highways issues in the town after recent accidents and complaints.
In the wake of recent accidents on the A16 junction with the B1195, and a number of other highways-related issues in the town, Town Councillors have requested an extra ordinary meeting to discuss the issues and to give members of the public the opportunity to air their views.
The Council will meet in the Council Chamber in Franklin Hall on Wednesday 16th October at 6pm.
On the agenda are:
Accidents on the A16/B1195 crossroads
30mph signs on the A16 with regard to sufficient warning and visibility
Pedestrian crossing next to the telephone box
Parking at Lady Jane Franklin estate
Parking on single yellow lines on Market Street
Representation has been requested from the Highways Department at Lincolnshire County Council, who are responsible for highways issues. It is yet to be confirmed if anyone will represent Highways at the meeting.
Members of the public are welcome to attend the meeting. The first 15 minutes of the meeting dedicated to questions and statements from members of the public.