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Now that Tarporley Road has re-opened, after 5 weeks of roadworks, it is interesting to see what has happened "behind the scenes" in that time?

The services installation has been completed and Tarporley Road has been resurfaced.

Whilst the road was closed they constructed a new pedestrian walkway and cycle way on the west side of the road linking pedestrians and cyclists with Tarvin High Street from the development. They plan to re-seed the bare patches of grass to bring it back to as good as new once the weather improves.

 

 

 

Construction has started with the first house (a Showhouse) well underway and already built up to roof level. This photo also shows the new access road which will eventually link all the houses with Tarporley Road

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