Play improvements at Littler's Croft
The Cheshire West Council landscape team have prepared a final proposal drawing for the play improvements.
This takes account of the commentary received via the consultation.
The first stage of the work will be to crown lift some of the trees at the back of the play area and prune vegetation in proximity around the site perimeter to create better play area surveillance.
This will be followed by the installation an additional recessed pedestrian "EasyGate" self-closing gate on the southern fenced boundary of the site.
However, this gate will remain closed/secured until the main play improvements have been completed in early May as it needs to tie into the new footpath.
A Contractor has been appointed and the scheduled start date to commence the play area improvements will be Monday 24th April 2017.
There are also plans to install an additional piece of equipment at the site this being a "Gyrol Spirol" rotating seesaw. However, due to budget constraints this will be later in the year.
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