Improving Green End Road

Green End Road is one of the main routes through East Chesterton and for years it has been more tarmac than green trees.  Your Labour team put forward two improvement schemes for Green End Road and secured investment of £11,000 from the Labour run City Council. 

One was to improve the landscaping by planting trees so that it lives up to its name in the future!  The other was to improve the visibility lines for the pedestrian crossing on Green End Road near the Brownsfield entrance.  Lots of people told us that when driving up to it the lines of sight were dangerously poor.

We are delighted that both these schemes are now being implemented. The new trees will be planted as soon as the bird nesting season is over. There were delays caused in the planting schedule through County Council Highways but we are now going ahead. 

 

 
   

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