Have your say on fatal crossing
Date published: 01 April 2014
RESIDENTS are being urged to have their say on plans to redesign the Shaw pedestrian crossing on which 11-year-old Annalise Holt died before Christmas.
The four redesign proposals are on display at Crompton Library, Farrow Street East, and Asda, Greenfield Lane, for residents to give their views.
Oldham Council committed to a significant upgrade of the crossing, at the junction of Crompton Way, Milnrow Road and Linney Lane, in January. A junction with signals controlling movement is the authority’s preferred option.
Councillor Dave Hibbert, cabinet member for environment and housing, said: “We committed to making significant changes to this site in response to public concerns. It’s vital the final scheme has as much public input as possible so that we get this right.”
The plans are also available online at www.oldham.gov.uk/shawcrossing or on Councillor Mark Alcock’s website at www.markalcock.co.uk.
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