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Brentwood council leader campaigns for safety signs

31st July 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A campaign has started in a bid to install 20mph warning signs near primary schools in Brentwood.

By working with the Brentwood Gazette's Safety At Schools project, Brentwood Borough Council leader Louise McKinlay is urging for "20's plenty" signs to be installed in order to improve the safety of children.

Ms McKinlay has written to Essex County Council's highways chief Derrick Louis to request the authority's backing for the scheme.

"It can be a bit fraught in the morning, people can put their foot down and I feel it is important to have some kind of reinforcement to people that they should never be in such a rush to risk any child's safety," she explained to the Brentwood Gazette.

News of the new campaign follows a report in the Thurrock Gazette, which revealed that a road in Corringham has now benefitted from speed activated signage.

Phil Anderson, Tory ward councillor for Stanford East and Corringham town, told the news provider that the signs will provide a "more visible warning".ADNFCR-2754-ID-801418720-ADNFCR


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