Thursday, May 29, 2008


Leafy trees can make it difficult for CCTV cameras to get a good look at what’s going on in certain areas of Brigg Market Place during spring and summer.
But Brigg Town Council, which wanted the trees removed, has been told North Lincolnshire Council staff do not see that as a suitable option in the conservation area.
So Brigg councilors are now to ask whether the trees can be trimmed instead – to give the cameras a better view during the warmer months of the year.

1 comment:

MKSF1 said...

Bit of a joke really as no-one monitors the cameras.
As an ex-shopkeeper in the town I kow this as that is what I have been quoted by police on numerous occassions, hence all the petty vandalism Brigg suffers.