Back to the drawing board, as new plans have to be drawn up for Lincoln's long-awaited eastern bypass.
There are promises the building of Lincoln's eastern bypass won't be delayed, despite new plans having to be submitted for the road.
It's as central government have announced there isn't enough traffic to warrant the building of a dual carriageway.
Instead new plans need to be drawn up for a single carriageway.
Lincolnshire County Council have said it doesn't expect there to be any further delays to the project.
Final touches being made to the pad
The work will cost four thousand pounds
Company behind the plans has pulled out saying details shouldn't have been made public
Proposals would have seen it replaced with a mobile unit
Location already identified