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Warning signs put up for Stroud removal project

30th November 2010 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls.

Safety signs can be useful as temporary warning measures while improvement works take place.

'No entry' warning signs have been placed around a metal staircase leading to the top level of a multi-storey car park in Stroud, the town's News & Journal reports.

The owners of Merrywalks Shopping Centre will also erect barriers around the stairwell from the beginning of December.

In the new year, the staircase will be removed completely to improve the look of the access route for shoppers, the newspaper said.

Jane Ashworth, of Streetlands Ltd, the owner of Merrywalks, told the newspaper: "We have sent applications to the district council for re-development of both the Kings Street Parade and Kings Street entrance to the centre.

"If successful it would mean we would have sole ownership of both entrances and would be able to look at different schemes to improve their look and functionality."

Recently, it was reported that door signs have improved the look of a Post Office in Harpenden.

Harpendenpeople.co.uk said the signage made the counter look "a lot fresher".ADNFCR-2754-ID-800262370-ADNFCR

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