Future of path is subject of heated public inquiry
A public inquiry has been held into the future of a public footpath in Market Deeping.
The two-day inquiry, at the Oddfellows Hall in Church Street, opened on Tuesday to consider the future of the Market Deeping and Deeping St James public footpath, between Godsey Lane and Jubilee Drive.
Part of the footpath that runs from the back of the Tesco supermarket has been blocked by new houses, and Lincolnshire County Council want to maintain the current route that developer Persimmon Homes provided - in place of an existing public right of way.
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