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Henley shop's sign plans are 'inappropriate'

2nd June 2011 | Door Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A shop in Henley was given permission to erect five new signs because the local council feared it would lose a potential appeal, it has been claimed.

Monsoon/Accessorize was handed consent by South Oxfordshire District Council for the door signs, though members of a planning committee believed that its fret-cut letters did not adhere to the necessary guidelines, reports the Henley Standard.

Paula Fox, development manager at the council, told the news provider: "I think we were all in agreement that the original plans were inappropriate. The case officer asked the applicants to reconsider their approach and, in particular, use more traditional materials."

An original aluminium sign that was used by the company has now been exchanged for a conventional timber alternative.

Last month, the North-West Evening Mail reported that safety signage has been introduced on a dangerously slippy road in Furness as a means of boosting its safety.

An accident has happened once every eight weeks for almost seven years on the road in Mill Brow, Dalton. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800565126-ADNFCR


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