WORKS BEGIN

As you may have noticed improvement works to The Parade are getting well underway. The scheme which is scheduled to be complete in 12 months time will bring an exciting and fresh new look to The Parade. For more details on the design please visit: https://whatifwatford.wordpress.com/consultation/

The contractor has been busy and progress to date includes; improvements to the taxi rank on Albert Road South, changes to the layout of the Gade Car Park exit on Rosslyn Road and lifting and reclaiming existing Yorkstone paving outside of 88 to 110 The Parade to be reused further down The Parade as part of the scheme.

Upcoming works include new disabled and loading bays in Gaumont Approach, improvements to the access road adjacent to Gade Car Park and new disabled parking spaces within and adjacent to the Gade Car Park.

Works on The Parade will be initially focusing on the area from Clarendon Road up to the Gade access road, either side of the flyover. Over the coming months you will see new paving and street furniture being installed and new trees being planted.

The work will be phased, with traffic and pedestrian restrictions in place. Access to shops will be maintained at all times. The contractor will be meeting with local businesses and will strive to keep any disruption to a minimum. For any queries please get in touch with Philip Priest, Public Liaison, Aggregate Industries Construction, on tel: 07927 756620. Alternatively you can pop into their offices at 137A The Parade. It is the blue door next to the nail salon

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