|The view across the A18, Wrawby Road, towards the Springbank estate, taken from the Churchill Avenue junction. The Recreation Ground is just off picture, on the left.|
Brief details can be found within the latest edition of the In Touch newsletter from local Conservatives.
There are proposals to relocate the current Vale Academy to Wrawby Road and to create a new relief road from Wrawby Road right round to Atherton Way.
The long-planned Brigg North development zone would then have "relocated" sites for new housing "to the north of the new school and near Brickyard Lane" (in Wrawby).
The Conservatives - North Lincolnshire Council cabinet members Couns Carl Sherwood, Nigel Sherwood and Rob Waltham - say it is important to know what local people think about this, which is why residents will shortly be consulted on the proposals.
They conclude: "Nothing has been agreed yet, but this is being looked at as an option and we wanted to let residents know. A formal consultation will take place shortly."
This is an outline plan and the fine detail has yet to be revealed.
For example: Where, and at how many places, will the new relief road from Wrawby Road connect to the Springbank estate?
This will be very important to people living on the estate who would then have an alternative to using heavily congested Grammar School Road. They should get a direct route to the A18 - greatly cutting journey times.
Relocating the Vale Academy will also reduce the amount of traffic - parents' cars and buses - using Grammar School Road.
Copies of the latest issue of In Touch are currently being distributed to households in Brigg and district. It contains much of interest to residents, including a good deal about our MP, Andrew Percy.