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Safer, Greener, Healthier Braintree

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Safer, Greener, Healthier Braintree

Essex County Council and Braintree District Council have worked together to plan the installation of several social distancing signs while Braintree High St and nearby improvement works are carried out by Braintree Council.  Barriers, such as have been used in other town centres in Essex, are not appropriate in Braintree due to the continuing pedestrianisation improvement works.

Called ‘Safer, Greener, Healthier’, these schemes aim to provide bigger, safer spaces for city centre shoppers, residents, workers and visitors to maintain social distance.

Read more in the joint press release in the documents section below.