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Work starts to remove Pinchbeck homes as part of Spalding relief road project




Work has started to demolish two properties as part of the Spalding Western Relief Road project.

Builders started work dismantle the two homes in Spalding Road, Pinchbeck, earlier this week.

Lincolnshire County Council's assistant director for highways Karen Cassar said: "We're now at the stage where we will be taking down two properties on Spalding Road as part of the preparatory works before main construction of this phase of the Spalding Western Relief Road.

The north phase of the Spalding Western Relief Road (42316647)
The north phase of the Spalding Western Relief Road (42316647)

"These works will last about three weeks and will involve health and safety checks, disassembling the properties and removing all of the materials from site.

"Following that, we will be clearing vegetation along the route, constructing the scheme's permanent site compound and building the temporary haul roads for construction traffic – all ahead of starting main works later this year."

The 6.5km road is due to link the A1175 and A16 to the south and east of Spalding, to the B1356 to the north, via the B1172 Spalding Common.



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