Herts County Council to address ‘minor defects’ after Royston High Street resurfacing
- Credit: Archant
A campaigner for the safety of Royston High Street has said he is pleased it has finally been resurfaced by Herts County Council, although some work is still outstanding.
Nick White, who set up the ‘Make Royston High St Safe Now’ page on Facebook in response to a number of falls in the town centre, hopes the new surface will being more shoppers to the town.
He said: “I’m very pleased with what’s been done and now hopefully it will bring people back into the High Street.
“I know there is more work to do, but hopefully it’ll be done very soon and we can get people in town again.”
An HCC spokeswoman said: “Due to unforeseen ground conditions works took longer than anticipated, and we were also unable to address a number of minor defects due to road space availability.
You may also want to watch:
“We would like to reassure residents that we are working towards getting these rectified as soon as possible and that these works will be completed at the cost of the contractor. We would like to thank residents for their patience.”
- 1 Lack of public transport blamed for collapse of £10.5m training centre
- 2 New app allows passengers to order bus to virtual stops
- 3 Teacher raises more than £3,000 with charity run in mother's memory
- 4 Spitfires and more... IWM Duxford prepares for 2021 Battle of Britain Air Show
- 5 Cambs and Essex academy trust wins prestigious award
- 6 Camera to be installed in village to address long-standing speeding woes
- 7 Get set for Strawberries & Creem Festival in the Cambridgeshire countryside
- 8 Hospitality Action Day: Some of your favourite local pubs, restaurants and cafés
- 9 Co-operation 'vital' in A505 Royston to Granta Park scheme
- 10 Safety concerns continue in final days of travel hub consultation