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Case Studies: Issue 237 30 Nov 2011

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Superior suspension signs

Royal Borough of Kensington &?Chelsea has created a new parking suspension sign, writes Nicholas Paget-Brown

Nicholas Paget-Brown

We all know that the streets get more and more cluttered with signage every year and as they do, the signs disappear into a ‘white noise’ of shapes and colours. In the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea we have been committed for some time to reducing street clutter and this includes taking a long hard look at our own signs.

Many years ago we were involved in creating the now familiar yellow parking suspension signs which dot the cities of Britain. They served a very useful...

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