Spring Street in Chipping Norton resurfaced
Spring Street in Chipping Norton has been given more than just a spring clean by Oxfordshire County Council.
The pavements have been rejuvenated with the old failing surface replaced with new bitumen. Channels have also been installed to carry water from building downspouts which will help prevent water damage and ice in the future.
The work took around 10 days to complete and cost £37,000.
In August we’ll be working to improve the surfaces in Wantage, Woodstock and Abingdon.
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