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New warning signs for public library

16th August 2010 | Warning Signs, Door Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander.

A listed library closed for almost two years will reopen later this month – after a £665,000 refurbishment project that has included the installation of office door signs.

Perry Common Library in Birmingham has benefitted from the installation of improved door signs to help library users find their way around the building.

In addition, roof work, new windows and skylights, and rot treatment for the library's historic beams has taken place.

In 2008 the library, which is grade two listed, was closed due to health and safety concerns.

According to Birmingham City Council, Jo Avery, the new community librarian, is looking forward to welcoming all of the old users back to Perry Common Library and she hopes to attract many new ones in the coming months.

Hopefully the new health and safety signage will help to improve conditions and reduce risk at the library, which officially reopens on August 23rd.

Warning signs are used effectively in a variety of public spaces. Just this month a coastal official urged people to take notice of warning signs after a girl suffered a head injury during a walk in Scotland.


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