Trees and bushes to make way for transport plan
TREES and bushes will be cleared next week so work can start on the Beverley Integrated Transport Plan.
A final funding bid is yet to be submitted to the Department for Transport, but from Monday preparatory work will begin in earnest.
The work will be confined to within the boundary of the new Beverley Southern Relief Road.
Some work has already started at Grovehill junction and Swinemoor roundabout. The clearance work is anticipated to be complete by the end of this month.
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It will make way for the construction of the integrated transport plan, which is set to start in summer for completion by early 2015. Councillor Stephen Parnaby, East Riding Council leader, says the scheme will improve the area for years to come.
The initial works are not expected to affect road users and will include trimming and removing sections of hedging, bushes and trees along the routes before the bird nesting season.
Tenders for the full plan were returned to the council last month. They will be analysed before a full approval bid is submitted.