BUSINESS owners who want to learn more about the works currently being carried out in Boston Market Place will have the chance to raise their concerns with representatives from those behind the project twice a week at the on-site information centre.
The centre, which is sited in the heart of the market place, will play host to site staff every Wednesday and Friday between 11am and 1pm, when they will be available to answer any questions from shop-owners, restaurateurs and others who own and run businesses.
There will be a separate room in the information centre where one-to-one sessions can take place so business owners can air their grievances in private.
The centre will also be open daily from 9am until 4pm, allowing people to view general information and plans for the site. There will also be a book where people can log their queries and comments. A Lincolnshire County Council spokesman said that a member of staff will contact people who leave comments in the book as soon as possible.
As well as having the chance to air their views at the information centre some businesses will also have the chance to discuss their issues at a meeting with project partners Boston Borough Council, Lincolnshire County Council and contractors Ringway. Representatives from Boston Business Improvement District (BID) will also be present at the meeting to be held at 6.30pm at the Assembly Rooms tomorrow (Thursday).