Spalding residents feel 'victimised' after homes earmarked for bypass demolition

Residents in Spalding say they feel 'victimised' by council bosses after their homes were earmarked for demolition as part of multimillion pound plans for a new bypass.

It's emerged nine houses could be knocked down when the new Spalding Western Relief Road is built in a bid to cut journey times. Jonathan Brown reports.

In a statement, council leader Martin Hill, said: "We've asked officers to provide further information on the recommended route and the alternatives before the executive chooses which option to take forward.