I have, in recent weeks, continued to consult with local residents in the Frodingham ward over the future use of the Brumby Resource Centre Site in East Common Lane.
It was encouraging that so many took the opportunity to respond to me with their views, demonstrating an excellent community spirit in the area.
Obviously there was quite a diverse range of thoughts on what the grounds could be used for but a sense of realism shone through recognising that the present brownfield site could be allocated for housing, however coupled with that the present green space should be preserved and enhanced for present and future generations.
Other issues that were echoed loud and clear was the traffic congestion at the East Common Lane/Cemetery Road junction, the possible overcrowding of local schools, poor drainage and potential flooding and the loss of respite care in the area due to the demise of The Lilacs.
Moving the case on, I’ve now written to North Lincolnshire Council outlining these concerns in the hope that as many of them will be addressed as we move forward.