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Health and safety signage for cliff erosion spot

22nd November 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens.

Health and safety signage will be installed to alert the public about a part of eroded shoreline in Scotland.

A wall near the beach in Broughty Ferry, Dundee, has rotted away, meaning soil is breaking away from the embankment, the Courier reports.

There are fears the car park could fall into the beach.

Bad weather has also damaged part of the esplanade.

To make the area safe, a range of measures, including the deployment of warning signs, will be rolled out by the council over the coming weeks.

The newspaper quoted part of an email to councillor Derek Scott from city engineer Fergus Wilson which said: "We are... in the process of making the area safe by prohibiting vehicular access where appropriate, and restricting public access over the full length of these defences by erecting safety fencing and signage."

Recently, it was reported that warning signs were not installed near an eroded coastal path in Fife, posing a potential risk to the public.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800248212-ADNFCR


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