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The 1874 Roundhouse on the corner of Sheepcote Street and St Vincent Street is now being restored and converted to provide the local community and visiting boaters with a centre for information on and events at the local canal system.
Bad weather has held up progress on the cosmetic changes and enforcement of the bus lane.
Clearer signage heralds the enforcement of the bus lane as a no go route for cars.
Below are links to the Consultation on the Council’s Be Heard website which describes the current changes taking place on Sheepcote Street.
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It seems that the contractors are demolishing everything at once and not doing it serially by demolishing one area then rebuilding it.
A planning application has been submitted for the temporary erection of an Ice-skating Rink in the courtyard of the Distillery public house in Sheepcote Street.
The walkway was completed over Friday night and opened early on Saturday 11 November as planned.
This post completes the reporting on the closure of Fletchers Walk and the opening of a new walkway along the eventual Centenary Way on Saturday 11 November. Last Updated Saturday 11 November at 2:40 pm.
On Saturday 11 November at 7am, Fletchers Walk will be closed for demolition. A new walkway along the eventual Centenary Way line should open at 6am. Will these two activities sync?