The scheme is designed to provide additional capacity for the centre, which is one of the most visited leisure facilities in the East Riding, and is anticipated to take around eight weeks to complete.
Both the council and Hull-based contractor, Wright Civil Engineering, will work closely to keep any disruption to users and event organisers to a minimum, but the venue will lose the area of the field used as an over-flow when the car park is full and is therefore encouraging people to consider alternative forms of transport to reach the centre.
Councillor Richard Burton, cabinet portfolio holder for civic well being and culture at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said:
“Due to the nature of the works there will be some unavoidable disruption but the council, and the contractor will work to keep these to a minimum, and I would like to thank members and centre users in advance for their patience and understanding.”
The contractor will work Monday to Friday each week.
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