Highway works soil cutting at Marshalls Yard
Councillor Sarah Anyan-Needham, Chair of Economic Development at West Lindsey District Council, has dug the first soil on the highway works being undertaken as part of the £37 million pound Marshalls Yard development.
The highway works involve widening the junction of Spring Gardens and Beaumont Street and installing new pedestrian crossing facilities. New lighting, drainage, and signage will be installed, with Spring Gardens also being widened and a mini roundabout constructed to provide vehicular access to the development.
Dransfield Properties is continuing to work closely with the residents of Spring Gardens to minimise inconvenience from the site.
The £37 million Marshalls Yard development is being developed by the partnership of Dransfield Properties and Prospect Estates. The eight-acre site on the edge of the town centre will feature retail, leisure and office space and high quality residential apartments.
Mark Dransfield, Managing Director of Dransfield Properties, said: “The highway works take us another step nearer to transforming the former Britannia Works into this prestigious scheme for Gainsborough. We are delighted to be progressing this development.”
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