BARNSLEY East MP Stephanie Peacock has liaised with the council to target ongoing problems regarding the Evri site at Hoyland Common.

She said a number of residents had been in touch in regards to issues, particularly the Tankersley Lane area.

After speaking with the council, a number of actions have been agreed.

She said: “Signage will be erected to make it clear to HGV drivers that Tankersley Lane does not provide access to Evri, and that this is a no through road.

“This will be completed by mid-January.

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“Evri have completed a litter collection on Tankersley Lane, and will be doing this on a regular basis in the future.

“The council will monitor the litter situation.

“Evri will continue to ask their employees to be mindful of noise for the surrounding residential area.

“The council will continue to review the operation of the highway network with regards to traffic around the Evri development, alongside National Highways.

“To ensure residents can raise issues of concern, Evri will be holding quarterly community liaison meetings with local residents.

“The first meeting was cancelled due to illness, so a new date is being arranged for January.

“I will continue to liaise with the council, Evri and the local community.

“If you have any queries regarding this matter, please get in contact at stephanie.peacock.mp@parliament.uk.”