Council gives go-ahead to install youth shelter
COUNCILLORS have given the go-ahead for a youth shelter. The shelter will be installed in the Priory Memorial Gardens in Royston at a cost of almost £5,000. Members of North Herts District Council s Royston area committee approved the scheme on Wednesday
COUNCILLORS have given the go-ahead for a youth shelter.
The shelter will be installed in the Priory Memorial Gardens in Royston at a cost of almost £5,000.
Members of North Herts District Council's Royston area committee approved the scheme on Wednesday evening.
In a report to the committee, community development officer Alan Fleck said the idea of a youth shelter and its location had the support of police.
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The Priory Memorial Gardens is inside an alcohol-free zone.
The move comes after a survey by members of the Royston Youth Council had given support to the scheme.
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The shelter will be located between the children's play area and the multi-use games area which already exist in the Priory Memorial Gardens.