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Health and safety signs part of Manchester Arndale footbridge repair

18th February 2011 | Construction Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander.

Construction site signs will be put up at one of Manchester's most well-known streets to inform people about repair work taking place there.

Corporation Street, which is home to the Manchester Wheel and a host of shops, will be closed to vehicles for about six months so that the footbridge that links the city's Arndale Centre with Marks and Spencer and Selfridges can be repaired, Manchester Confidential reports.

The bridge features glass panelling that could pose a threat to the public if it is not repaired.

Work would have taken place last year, but it was postponed so that it did not interfere with the Christmas trading period.

Signage will be installed at the site over the repair period so that pedestrians and businesses can be kept up to speed with the progress of the project.

The street will still remain open to cyclists and pedestrians.

Corporation Street Bridge was redesigned by Manchester architects Hodders + Partners after the IRA bomb blasts that devastated the city's Deansgate area in 1996.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800413670-ADNFCR


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