A Government minister will visit Boston on Monday to hear the borough’s call for more cash to cope with the impact of immigration.
MP Mark Simmonds has invited Brandon Lewis, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Communities and Local Government, will be visiting Boston to meet councillors and discuss challenges facing the town.
Mr Lewis will walk around town with Mr Simmonds to him him the area and demonstrate some of the issues faced by Boston Borough Council.
Mr Simmonds said “This is a fantastic opportunity for Brandon to really get to grips with the issues that are facing Boston.
“Our local services are under immense pressure because of the large increase in our population, causing much frustration to local residents, and this should be reflected in Boston’s financial allocation.
“I also think it will be beneficial for the minister to experience the strong sense of community and heritage that exists in Boston. We have much to be proud of.”