Pedestrian improvements start in Fish Row, Salisbury15 Jan 2018
Wiltshire Council began work last week to remove the red briquettes along the whole of Butcher Row and Fish Row which will be replaced with granite blocks – similar to those used in Salisbury Market Place. The cobble channel running along the centre of Butcher Row will be kept.
The work, which is expected to take 16 weeks and cost £550,000, will also see repairs made around the Poultry Cross.
Bridget Wayman, cabinet member for highways, said: “These essential works will improve the safety of footways in the city. We have targeted these particular areas as the sites which require the most care and attention.
“I’m sure everyone will be pleased with the result once the work has been completed.”
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