Oxford City Council has announced plans to install bollards and plastic mesh designed to prevent further damage to grass and street in the city’s Burchester Avenue, a news report in the local media has recently revealed.
According to the paper, the local authority plans to spend somewhere in between £60,000 and £70,000 for this scheme, which is planned as part of the council’s Great Estates project. The project aims to improve communal areas in the city’s estates.
A council member for Barton and Sandhills, where Burchester Avenue is located, said that parking on the verges had caused deep ruts in the grass. He also said trees had had to be removed after roots were damaged by drivers using the road edges, so installing specific measures aimed at discouraging drivers from illegal parking should rectify this situation.
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