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New health and safety signage for £2m bus station

6th September 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls.

New health and safety signage will be part of a £2 million regeneration project in the town of Bargoed, Wales.

The Caerphilly county town will benefit from the development of a new bus station that will see five vehicle bays installed alongside health and safety signage, public toilets, landscaping, street furniture and lighting, cycle stands, benches and CCTV, the BBC reported.

Ron Davies, the Caerphilly cabinet member for regeneration and countryside, told the news provider: "I am delighted that work is set to begin on this next exciting phase in the ongoing regeneration of Bargoed.

"Bargoed is a key strategic town centre with a very proud history, and I am hopeful that these ambitious schemes will have an extremely positive impact and give Bargoed a vibrant future as a key shopping destination in the heart of the South Wales Valleys."

The bus station is part of a wider £8.3 million regeneration package for Bargoed, announced earlier this year by Jocelyn Davies, deputy minister for housing and regeneration.

Funding from the European Regional Development Fund and the Welsh Assembly Government has propelled the proposal.

Bargoed has a population of around 13,000 people.


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