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He also said BCBC wanted to bring in consultants to assess safety before any relaxation of pedestrianisation at a cost of up to PS100,000 and that any change in the current policy could take six months to a year.
The opening of the pedestrianisation of Stockton High Street.
While the council has said pedestrianisation at Barras Bridge is not being considered, the report frequently references the benefits similar schemes have had.
While the council has said pedestrianisation at Barras Bridge is not being considered the report frequently references the benefits similar schemes have had.
Newcastle City Council recently commissioned a survey which is looking at how it can address some of the traders' concerns while providing a long-term vision and plan for the Quayside - with the issue of pedestrianisation being considered as part of the study.
Support for pedestrianisation of Eberle Street comes from straight, gay and mixed bars and clubs alike.
Over the past year, hundreds of locals have protested about the controversial pedestrianisation of a section of Southfield Road, near the building site, during a series of heated meetings - one of which saw Middlesbrough Mayor Ray Mallon pelted with eggs.
Tenders are invited for Manufacture, supply and fixing of shop name boards made of metal letters in pathergatti area circle 4 for stone arcade buildings, under charminar pedestrianisation project
And, of course, 60 years ago, the pedestrianisation of Queen Street in 1974, pictured in the distance, was still decades away.
But they realised that with the pedestrianisation scheme under way there were parts of the town that were practically inaccessible by squad car.
As I pass through Almondbury each morning by car, it has been with increasing excitement that I have witnessed the transformation and rebirth of pedestrianisation in one of our oldest and most revered villages.
If the answer is yes, then Broadgate must be made circulatory, or else, with the proposed Ironmonger Square and pedestrianisation, will all the buses etc turn to exit the city going north?