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IN PICTURES: Work finishes on first Pavement Horizon footpaths

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Work on the first footpaths to get the Pavement Horizon treatment has finished as Surrey County Council’s scheme to help pedestrians reach key community services gathers pace.

Among the pavements to receive a smooth new surface are Brokes Crescent in Reigate, where Cabinet Member for Highways John Furey launched the project in May.

Other pavements that have already benefited include Regalfield Close in Guildford and Lilley Drive in Kingswood.

The scheme, which will last up to six years, was launched to improve access to schools, doctors’ surgeries and town centres.

Mr Furey said: “These pictures really show the huge difference our Pavement Horizon project is already making.

“While growing demand for services such as elderly care is putting a huge strain on our budgets, they underline how committed we are to doing the things that really benefit Surrey residents on a daily basis.”

Last month the council revealed the latest pavements to be overhauled together with provisional start dates.

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