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Road improvements set for Whitchurch
HIGHWAY improvements costing £150,000 have been drawn up for Whitchurch, following a four-year wait.
Although residents were consulted on what should be done to improve the streets and roads in 2008, little has been done since.
The improvements include installing dropped kerbs to create better access for disabled people and pushchairs; reducing speed limits; and creating concrete grids, known as Grasscretes, with grass growing in the gaps to replace grass verges damaged by vehicles driving on them.
Mr Found said all the improvements could be carried out within the £150,000 budget.
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