This construction would end up ruining countryside, wildlife as well as making the surrounding area more traffic prone, which as there is a children's school, play park and housing estate next to the area, could be potentially dangerous for children and older people. It would increase noise pollution greatly, and therefore making it unpleasant for local people and indeed the St. Barnabas Hospice residents. The fields, trees and hedgerows around the Hawthorn Rd. area would be destroyed, which would greatly effect wildlife. People who travel from Hawthorn road area to Cherry Willingham school and other local villages by foot or bicycle will be severly effected by the changes, certainly whilst development was taking place and as the Lincolnshire County Council is constantly trying to encourage people to cycle or walk as apposed to increasing pollution in cars, this seems like a prime way to add to the pollution problem. Emergency vehicle access to smaller villages such as Reepham and Cherry Willingham would be effected also.
Lincolnshire Country Council, please consider these problems before making a final decision on the Lincoln Eastern Bypass.