UK news Public realm spaces to be built in Derry to tackle Covid challenges last news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Three new public realm areas aimed at dealing with the challenges and negative hit of Covid-19 could be built in Derry amid new plans, it can be revealed.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! "Three new public realm areas aimed at dealing with the challenges and negative hit of Covid-19 could be built in Derry amid new plans, it can be revealed. Derry City and Strabane District Council is now planning three outdoor areas allowing people to “sit, rest, eat and drink in a congenial atmosphere”. It says the interventions are “in order to address the many challenges and negative impacts arising from the Covid-19 pandemic”.“Key challenges include low levels of footfall in town/city centres and businesses needing to quickly adapt to new Covid social distancing requirements.
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.”The areas are due to be developed at Queen’s Quay, Police Court Street close to the embankment and Waterloo Place. The spaces will be built off existing hard landscaped surfaces and incorporate synthetic grass carpeting, timber decking, planters, seating and dining street furniture, according to a fresh tender for the work. It says the sheltered spaces will be “created at each site using large commercial free-standing umbrella structures”."
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