The plan aims to create more jobs and increase visitors to Boston
A new multi-million pound vision of Lincolnshire's waterways has been unveiled.
The Boston Waterways Development Plan, produced by the Boston Area Regeneration Company, will go before the town's borough council on May 28.
The new scheme draws together existing investments to attract tourism, business and further developments.
Cabinet member for waterways Richard Dungworth said the plan would help showcase Boston to potential investors.
"This plan, if approved, would help to show potential investors, developers and landowners what can be achieved in Boston. It's a very exciting project and one I fully support," he said.
Proposals show the potential of the waterways to enhance Boston town centre and outlying areas.
The plan covers various aspects including waterways infrastructure, transport, tourism potential, leisure and recreation uses, and environment activities.
It is one of the beacon projects in the Boston Masterplan approved by Lincolnshire Enterprise, East Midlands Development Agency and the Government Office for the East Midlands.
It draws together existing investments like the Merchant's Quay Redevelopment and the Waterfront homes project to highlight the area's potential.
The purpose is to create opportunities for Boston including jobs and increased visitor numbers.