One of the most talked about problems in Brigg will be talked about tomorrow night by town councillors.
We refer, of course, to the pedestrian area that often does not seem to be a pedestrian area – given the number of vehicles to be encountered in Wrawby Street, the Market Place and the top end of Cary Lane.
Brigg Town Council’s planning and environment committee – meeting tomorrow night at the Angel Suite from 6.45pm – has the following item listed for discussion.
TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER – BRIGG TOWN CENTRE
To consider the terms of the existing Traffic Regulation Order and whether it is sufficiently robust to protect pedestrians in the pedestrianised area.
Members of the public are very welcome to go along and listed to the committee’s deliberations.
They can also stay on for the monthly meeting of Brigg Town Council, which will follow at 7.30pm.
As usual, 15 minutes will be set aside at the beginning of this meeting for Public Question Time – if anyone wishes to raise items of interest to them.
The agenda items include:
H.M. QUEEN ELIZABETH – DIAMOND JUBILEE
a) To Consider the cost and determine whether the Town Council should erect bunting throughout the Town.
b) To note that Lincsquad have moved the date of the Adventure Challenge to Sunday 3rd June 2012.
c) To consider: Further suggestions for events to mark the Diamond Jubilee, and determine how they will be delivered; associated budgetary requirements.