No to A-boards

PUBLISHED: 14:58 13 April 2006 | UPDATED: 13:23 04 May 2010

I M afraid I agree with the council as on the A-boards issue as these boards get in the way of pedestrians and must be a dangerous hazard for the blind and, after spending some time in a wheelchair, I know they are a danger to wheelchair users. The same s

I'M afraid I agree with the council as on the A-boards issue as these boards get in the way of pedestrians and must be a dangerous hazard for the blind and, after spending some time in a wheelchair, I know they are a danger to wheelchair users.

The same story hit the news, or at least the threat of removal of the boards, in the past two years so traders cannot hide behind ignorance.

Perhaps a spate of insurance claims against businesses who put out these boards from people who have tripped over them might solve the problem!

ANN WARDLE by email.


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