As work moves forward on the Golf Road development in Mablethorpe, Lincoln based company Lindum speak out about road conditions on site.
The statement has come forward after a resident has claimed that the road conditions near the site are not up to scratch following damage to his car from debris alleged to have come from lorries off loading on site.
Tony Rumens has said his car was damaged from debris which included a rock ‘three-four inches across’, and has resulted in over £1,000 of damage.
Paul McSorley, Director of Lindum Developments has commented that the road conditions are clear.
“The vast majority of local residents think we are doing a great job and no lorries leave site unless we have at least one road sweeper vehicle on duty,” he said.
“There have been two over the last couple of days due to weather. We feel we are doing a good job in keeping the roads clean and clear.”
Malcolm Cousins, Site Manager on the Golf Road development has confirmed that details concerning Mr Rumens car has been ‘passed on to the transport company he alleged was to blame for the damage to his car.’
He also said that ‘the neighbours around the site are fantastic.’
East Lindsey District Council who approved the plans for Lindum to build on site in Golf Road are responsible for the planning conditions being adhered to.
A spokesman for the District Council added: “In relation to mud/debris, as part of the planning conditions, the District Council asked that Lindum installed a wheel washing facility on site - the developer has done this.
“We will be working with the developer to ensure that the planning conditions are complied with.”