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£300,000 link road into Pocklington Industrial Estate opens

Front row, left to right: Councillor Chris Matthews, portfolio holder for infrastructure, highways and emergency planning at East Riding Council, with Jonathan Atkinson from BroadHelm Venture.
Back row, left to right: Paul West, mayor of Pocklington; Councillor Steve Lane; Nicholas Spencer, chairman of Barmby Moor Parish Council; Claire Green, principal transport policy officer at East Riding Council; Councillor Kay West; Ian Burnett, strategic transport planning manager at East Riding Council and Alan Menzies, director of planning and economic regeneration at East Riding Council.

Front row, left to right: Councillor Chris Matthews, portfolio holder for infrastructure, highways and emergency planning at East Riding Council, with Jonathan Atkinson from BroadHelm Venture. Back row, left to right: Paul West, mayor of Pocklington; Councillor Steve Lane; Nicholas Spencer, chairman of Barmby Moor Parish Council; Claire Green, principal transport policy officer at East Riding Council; Councillor Kay West; Ian Burnett, strategic transport planning manager at East Riding Council and Alan Menzies, director of planning and economic regeneration at East Riding Council.

Work on a new £300,000 access road in Pocklington built from the Hodsow Lane roundabout into the industrial estate has now been completed.

Constructed by Galliford Try, the scheme will provide a direct and safer route into and out of the industrial estate for drivers whilst also improving connectivity for walkers and cyclists between Pocklington and the industrial estate.

Full story in this Thursday’s (19 June) Pocklington Post.

 

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