Scaffolding of Welwyn pub to be resized
TRAFFIC flow through Welwyn is set to be restored after major scaffolding erected after a huge fire is to be remodelled.
Chris Gerard, owner of The Wellington in High Street, will be at a village meeting tonight (Tuesday) to discuss the proposed plans which will see Codicote Road re-opened and the one-way system axed.
Mr Gerard said: “We will be using our best efforts to reduce the scaffolding width on Codicote Road and allowing pedestrians and cars to pass.”
It is hoped the scaffolding will be reduced in scale by next Friday (December 18).
The meeting takes place at New Church House, behind St Mary’s Church in Church Road.
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It starts at 5pm until 8pm.
Traders and residents are welcome.
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