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ECO LIVING 'SEDUM' ROOF BUS SHELTERS UPDATE

An update on the new Eco Living 'Sedum' bus shelters that I’ve been working on securing for Sidmouth with our Transport Co-ordination team along with Fernbank who having completed their survey of existing shelters proposes that this be a two or even three stage process with stage one seeing the:-

Sidford Road inbound, adjacent to Drakes Avenue (outside Lockyer Lodge) seeing the removal of the existing shelter which is in a very poor state of repair, and replaced with a 3 bay advertising parallel Eco Half Living Roof shelter.


Sidford Road inbound, adjacent Coulsdon Road, removal of existing shelter which is also in a very poor state of repair, replace with a 3 bay advertising Eco Living Roof shelter.


Sidford Road outbound, at Manstone. This is the shelter that is damaged on one of its bottom panels. Remove existing shelter which is in a very poor state of repair, replace with a 3 bay advertising Eco Living Roof shelter.



Fernbank need a new shelter sized roof (thinner roof) to fit onto some of the narrow footways going forward, in some of their other proposed locations.




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