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Sea Road tree to be removed

11:10 am, Friday, 25th February 2022 - 2 years ago

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A tree that has become unstable on Sea Road in Cleethorpes is to be removed on Monday next week (28 Feb).

The lime tree had started to lean dangerously towards the road, and the Council has received several reports of the roots beginning to show above the pavement.

With agreement from the tree officer, it has been decided to remove the tree and plant a replacement nearby.

Localised footpath diversions will be in place while the work is being done.

The pavement will then be temporarily tarmacked in the area, pending works later in the year by Northern Powergrid to move a substation from the rear of the old Dolphin Hotel to the end of the 8ft pathway within Dolphin Gardens. Further details about this will be released when they are available.

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