Dense vegetation in the area of Tower Lane, Harmston, near Leadenham, has now been cleared.
Lincolnshire Police had in the past received several reports from local residents that the area had been used as a site for outdoor sexual activity by men and women. Information provided to the police was gratefully received but was often limited meaning enforcement of public decency legislation was difficult.
The Neighbourhood Policing Team in the area and response officers carried out increased high visibility patrols in the vicinity and police vehicles were put in place in the area to act as a deterrent.
The area was very overgrown with thick bushes, some around 8ft in height surrounding the central area.
Now, North Kesteven District Council (NKDC), Highways Agency and Police have completely cleared the area, leaving only trees at the site (pictured). It is expected that the area will be maintained as such in the future.
A police spokesman said: “We hope that local residents can now use the area free of worry.”