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Redevelopment of town continues
The third phase of work to redevelop Oswestry town centre is to commence this week.

Reconstruction work is being carried out to improve Willow Street, which is expected to take three months.

The road will be closed to traffic and alternative bus stops have been located in Oswald Road, Beatrice Street, King Street and at English Walls.

Shropshire County Council says it hopes to keep disruption for shoppers and road users to a minimum.

Work has already been carried out to reconstruct Cross Street and to rebuild the footpath and road on English Walls.

Natural stone which was used in Cross Street will also be used on the pavements in Willow Street. The scheme is expected to cost 350,000.


SEE ALSO:
Town centre revamp begins
26 Jan 04 |  Shropshire
Drinking ban for town
11 Dec 03 |  Shropshire
Residents view town plans
19 Nov 03 |  Shropshire


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