New Footbridge For Sleaford

Lincolnshire County Council is giving local residents a chance to vote on a proposed new level crossing footbridge on Southgate in Sleaford, with online voting drawing to a close on 18th March at 5pm.

The South East Sleaford Regeneration Route is a new road linking Boston Road with Mareham Lane in the south east of Sleaford town centre. As part of the project, the level crossing on Southgate is to be closed, with a new pedestrian footbridge built to replace it. Lincolnshire County Council is putting the design of the bridge to the vote, asking the general public to choose between four different designs and allowing local residents to shape how their town will look in the future. All footbridge options will cater for access by pushchairs, wheelchairs, motobility vehicles and dismounted cyclists in accordance with current regulations. Online voting closes at 5pm on Friday 18th March, so get clicking!

See the designs you can choose from below:

Bowstring Arch Suspended Deck Bridge

Cable-Stayed Bridge

Helictical Multiple Spiral Bridge

Traditional Lattice Work Beam Bridge

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