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Charity calls for Brighton and Hove street signs to be removed

8th August 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Council officials should remove unnecessary road signs and street clutter in order to make Brighton and Hove a better place to walk through.

This is the verdict from the Living Streets charity, with one representative telling The Argus that retailers should stop signage from blocking up pedestrianised footpaths.

Stephen Young, the chair of Living Streets Brighton and Hove, told the news provider: "A walking friendly city is a city where people select walking as their preferred choice of travel for health and to relax.

"This means well-maintained footpaths and the provision of seating, landscaping and public toilets, which make the public realm a more comfortable place to be."

When retailers begin planning new signage, they should also ensure that the notices adhere to law, as there are rules that stockists need to abide by.

If they do not follow such regulations, businesses could face prosecution in the shape of a hefty fine.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801424492-ADNFCR


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