West Hill road-safety scheme could be ressurrected

PUBLISHED: 12:36 12 October 2009 | UPDATED: 10:37 18 June 2010

A BID to improve road-safety in West Hill, by reducing car speed through narrowing a piece of road, with could be resurrected.

A BID to improve road-safety in West Hill, by reducing car speed through narrowing a piece of road, with could be resurrected.

The "village gateway" scheme near the junction of West Hill Road and Lower Broad Oak Road has already been agreed in principle by highways chiefs, who couldn't find the cash to make it a reality.

County councillor Roger Giles said he is prepared to stump up funds from his locality budget for the project if it gets the backing of the West Hill Residents Association and Ottery town council.


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