Multi million pound Beverley transport plans to go on display
Plans for a £27 million overhaul of Beverley's transport system will go on display to the public next week.
East Riding Council will hold a public exhibition outlining the design of Beverley's Integrated Transport Plan (BITP) at the Treasure House on Tuesday, January 15, from 10am to 7.30pm.
The multi-million pound scheme includes the long-awaited Beverley Southern Relief Road as well as amendments to the Grovehill junction, Swinemoor roundabout and the Flemingate level crossing and will be on display in the Education Room.
Members of the project development team will be available to answer questions and discuss aspects of the scheme.
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Leader of the council, Cllr Stephen Parnaby said: "The public exhibition provides an excellent opportunity for residents to look at the plans for this important infrastructure scheme and ask any questions they may have.
"The Beverley Integrated Transport Plan will provide immediate benefits by allowing local businesses to share in its delivery, providing a boost for the local economy by safeguarding jobs in the construction industry and its supply chain. It will also provide an opportunity for local young people to gain valuable work experience and improve employability and skills.
"While there may be some unavoidable short-term disruption, the long-term benefits for residents and the travelling public will include a reduction in congestion and improved traffic flows."
Completed tender documents have been returned to the council and will be evaluated prior to the completion of a Full Approval bid, which will be submitted to the Department for Transport (DfT) in February.
Subject to the DfT finalising the funding grant, works will begin on site in summer 2013 and will finish early 2015.