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New tourist signs introduced in Salisbury

19th March 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Two brown tourist signs valued at a cumulative total of £10,000 are to be introduced on entrance roads in Salisbury.

The first of these is set to be introduced on London Road on March 31st, while the second will be brought to Castle Road by the end of April, according to the Salisbury Journal.

Salisbury Area Board took the decision to fund the signs and hoped to place them on nearby motorways and trunk roads, though they were told that specific authorisation was required from the Department of Transport.

Area board chairman Richard Clewer told the news provider: "We are looking at the costs of putting further signs on the A338 and Devizes Road. Unfortunately, we have been told by the Highways Agency that to put one on the A36 is around £15,000."

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