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Vale business threatened with fine over signage

21st September 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A Vale business is locked in a dispute with Wychavon District Council, which is threatening it with a £2,500 fine regarding the installation of a sign.

Vale Pianos has attempted to secure official signage for eight years but was unsuccessful, prompting it to install one of its own, reports the Tewkesbury Admag.

Linda Lowe, owner of the shop, told the news provider that the business requires help rather than opposition, noting that she needs to inform drivers of the company's location.

"We were told we could apply for a sign in somebody’s field but that is untidy. There are better things they could do in a recession," Ms Lowe explained.

It is crucial that companies based in remote locations have signs that inform drivers of how to reach their premises.

By introducing these notices, businesses could benefit from new customers travelling in the area who may not have necessarily set out to pay the store a visitADNFCR-2754-ID-801453916-ADNFCR


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