Drop in sessions on Ironbridge footways plans
10th December 2015
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Telford & Wrekin Council is holding a series of drop in sessions to allow residents, businesses and visitors to comment on plans for footways in Ironbridge.

There are repairs planned in the New Year for footways in The Wharfage, Tontine Hill and High Street.
The council will put up a gazebo and consultation boards on Tontine Hill adjacent to the Iron Bridge itself for residents to have a look at the plans. Samples of the materials that will be used will also be available for people to view.
The planned work is likely to happen either side of Easter with a two week gap for the holiday period. It will cost £380,000, which is being provided by the Local Sustainable Transport Fund.
Councillor Angela McClements, Telford & Wrekin Council’s cabinet member for Communities, said: “The initial feedback we have had has been very positive. We will welcome all views going forward as we realise this is a major project for Ironbridge.”
For drop in session dates and times; click here.
The options will be available online for people to view and comment on from December 14. Visit www.telford.gov.uk/ironbridgefootways
The closing date for comments is Monday 4 January at midnight. A video explaining what is happening can be seen here: 
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