Work on The Parade in Watford town centre to be completed by next spring

Work on The Parade in Watford town centre is progressing well and is due for completion by spring next year.

Watford Borough Council has said the project is running on time, within budget, and will be finished by spring 2014.

So far, six skips of used wooden pallets have been recycled with local St Albans based company, Pearce Recycling. The pallets are fed into a wood-chipping machine, and then sent off around the UK to be used in the creation of motor-cross tracks, or made into construction boards for the building industry.

Over 30 lorry-loads full of used paving has also been recycled. It has been cleaned, crushed and resold as a high quality fill or sub-base material, which is used in the construction of car parks, driveways and highways.

For more information on the Parade improvement works, visit www.watford.gov.uk/theparade

We will continue to update you as the works progress and you can see the scheme phasing plan here: https://whatifwatford.wordpress.com/2013/06/19/scheme-phasing-plan/

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 (Glamorous Nail & Beauty Care).

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