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Safety signs to be erected to warn of high wind in Leeds

29th March 2013 | Warning Signs

More safety signs are set to be erected at Bridgewater Place in Leeds, after long-standing concerns regarding high wind in the area.

The Yorkshire Evening Post reported that the road alongside the 32-floor office and apartment building, which is also known as the Darlek, is often subject to strong gusts.

Leeds City Council executive member for development and the economy Councillor Richard Lewis said: "We are taking this issue very seriously … We already have a number of interim measures in place to reduce the risk of further incidents happening prior to the permanent work being completed."

'Wind sock' safety signs have been erected to warn motorists of cross winds and more signs are planned to alert drivers and pedestrians to high gusts.

Last week, safety signs and fencing were put up at Roswell Pits to protect members of the public.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801565653-ADNFCR


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