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Regular news: Issue 599 22 Jun 2012

Edinburgh adopts London borough’s method to remove guardrailing

The City of Edinburgh Council is to start reviewing pedestrian guardrailing (PGR) across the city using an assessment procedure borrowed from a London borough.

Following a review of different assessment methodologies, councillors this week approved plans to use a method developed by consultant Urban Initiatives for the London Borough of Hackney.

Edinburgh’s director of services for communities, Mark Turley, said Hackney had been using the method since 2007 and removed 5km of the 9km of...

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