Oct 252010
 

The Government has recently urged Councils to cut down on unnecessary (and expensive) street signs and posts, but it often takes a long time for this sort of pronouncement to have any real effect on the ground. So KCG have been approaching local residents to help cut the number of posts that the Residents’ Parking scheme will bring, and City Council Conservation Officer Hannah Porter has been working to influence her colleagues. The net result is: 10 more signs going on existing lamp columns than originally proposed; 12 signs identified as being unnecessary; and 39 signs placed on existing boundary walls and railings instead of on new posts.

Many thanks to everyone who has helped with this important and useful piece of work.

 Posted by on October 25, 2010

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