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Signage cost questioned in Surrey

18th October 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

The cost of new signage in Surrey has been questioned by Swale councillor Steve Worrall.

The notice was erected on the Island side of the A249 in July following a project by Sheppey Tourism Alliance, with Kent Online reporting that it cost £6,344.

It is believed that the sign was afforded thanks to grants of £2,000 each from councillors Ken Pugh and Adrian Crowther.

"I cannot get that simple information when I was told I would get it. I specifically asked for the cost involved and all I got was the overall amount. I am concerned about it and I now want additional information and have submitted more questions," Mr Crowther explained to the news provider.

While the councillors are questioning the cost of signage in Surrey, the Sheffield Star has reported that experimental warning signs are to be introduced to a road in Sheffield.

The notices remind drivers that the area is a 20mph zone and are different from the conventional "give way" signsADNFCR-2754-ID-801471691-ADNFCR


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