Work on Spital Hill

No work has yet started on the planned improvements to Spital Hill, arising from the money paid by Tesco for public improvements.

Work is said to be “being costed” at present. There is still no decision on the council’s request for money to improve the area around Ellesmere Green,

The council had received an additional £75,000 for public art on Spital Hill. It has now issued a tender for it, although only for £58,000. The Council had previously promised “consultation workshops” in the New Year and the tender makes clear that “community engagement is a key aspect of the role of the artists, and local people will be engaged and involved in the works.”

It is said the project will bring public realm improvements that will help support local traders.

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