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

Nine houses could be knocked down Credit: ITV Yorkshire

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.