A Grimsby car park will be closed for four days as a £6 million project to build new offices on the derelict Cartergate site in Grimsby enters a new phase.
The new façade of the Cartergate building opposite the St James; Hotel was recently revealed when the construction scaffolding came down.
The project is being delivered by North East Lincolnshire Council, working in partnership with Engie and is regenerating an area of the town centre which had been empty for several years.
The new four-storey office building will be occupied by Wilkin Chapman, who plan to generate more jobs for the area.
The contractor, Gelders, is now finishing the car park works and the last phase will be the resurfacing and re-lining of parking bays.
This will involve closing the entire car park for four days, from October 10 to 13.
Warning signs advising users of the car park of the closure will be in place in advance of the works.
For details of alternative town centre car parks visit the North Lincolnshire Council website here.