West Sussex council spends £1.5m on pavements

MORE than £1m has been spent on improving pavements.

West Sussex County Council has almost completed this year's pavement reconstruction programme spending £1.5m.

The work included reconstruction, surface treatment, town centre enhancements, dropped crossings for pedestrians and small-scale repairs. 

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Bob Lanzer, cabinet member for highways and infrastructure, said: '˜We fully appreciate residents care deeply about the condition of pavements, which is why they feature so highly on our priority list. 

'˜The success of the Footway Improvement Programme is testament to the hard work of staff from West Sussex Highways and the teams from our contractor, Balfour Beatty Living Places.'