Grounds Maintenance

Grounds Maintenance

Details of the grounds maintenance works carried out within Kirton in Lindsey by the Town Council.

Kirton in Lindsey Town Council employs three different teams of contractors to maintain the open spaces within the town.

The first team mow the grass at the Green and the War Memorial as well as Grove Street Cemetery.

The second team maintains the town flowerbeds at King Edward Street, North Cliff Road, Redbourne Mere, the War Memorial, Grove Street, Queen Street, Church Street and Richdale Avenue, South Cliff Road.

The third team mow the other open spaces including the highway verges in an agreement the Town Council has in place with North Lincolnshire Council.  The map below show the areas of responsibility for this third team.

Highway mapping Kirton in Lindsey

In normal circumstances, there is work ongoing throughout the cutting season, the season runs from March (weather permitting) to October / November.  Areas are also maintained through the winter period of November to February.  The types of work for each season are detailed here.

Summer Specification:

March - October/November

Open spaces grass cutting - cut and fly (roughly every 14 working days)

Litter picking - prior to grass cutting

Flower beds - planting, weeding and general maintenance

Hard standing herbicide spraying - where deemed necessary

It is important to note that during the period between March and August all work to hedges, shrubs and trees will be carried out to cause the minimum possible disturbance to nesting birds and wildlife in compliance with the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and Birds Nesting legislation.

Winter Specification:

November - February

Litter picking - once per week

Flower beds - pruning, weeding and general maintenance

Leaf and branches clearance as required