Wednesday, December 06, 2017
ATTRACTIVE ARCHES SCHEME 'ADOPTED' FOR BRIGG TOWN CENTRE
The arrival of metal arches at courtyard entrances in Brigg town centre, as a guide to visiting shoppers, has moved a step closer.
Following public consultation and various discussions by a working group, the arches project has been adopted "subject to funding" and Brigg Town Council will now look into the cost of insurance.
Money will be set aside for the arches when the council draws up its budget for the 2018/19 financial year.
Proposing this course of action at the council's latest meeting, Coun Rob Waltham said it was best not to mention a figure at this stage. It was hoped to find some "alternative funding."
The arches will not be fixed to buildings in the town centre and will be free-standing.
PICTURED: An impression of how one of the arches might look to shoppers on Wrawby Street.