Aldi now having been granted planning permission to build its long-awaited new store in Brigg, road improvements will need to be undertaken near the entrance off the A18 on Bridge Street.
A North Lincolnshire councillor for the Brigg & Wolds Ward has made it clear that these measures are seen as a priority.
Coun Carl Sherwood says: "There are a number of road improvements that need to be carried out as part of the scheme. We will be seeking to ensure that these happen as soon as possible to minimise the impact this new store will have on residents."
Coun Carl has commented in the latest, donations-funded edition of the In Touch newsletter for the the Brigg & Wolds Ward, issued by local Conservatives.
Aldi is looking to open the store next year, 2020, on currently vacant land and an adjoining site previously occupied by light industry.
The retail unit will be on the opposite side of the road the splay entrance leading to Island Carr Road.
N.F. adds: In addition to improvements to the vehicular entrance to the store off the A18 there are also plans to make it easier for pedestrians to cross the town's busiest road. Aldi says up to 30 new jobs will be created by the development.