Sugarbird Boutique Looking Forward To ‘Tranquillity’ Being Restored In Beverley

Sugarbird Boutique Looking Forward To 'Tranquillity' Being Restored In Beverley

Local owners and her sister are delighted with the news that improvement works to are nearing the closing stages.

The pair that owns welcomed news that the town centre would soon be returned to normal, they said;

“We are delighted that the construction works in the Market Square are now coming to an end and that the parking dilemmas and disruption to shoppers and retailers alike will soon be over.

“At Sugarbird we are looking forward to the tranquillity of the being restored and to welcoming customers back to the town. We are now stocking new spring and summer season fashions and encourage customers to come and visit us and the many other superb retailers in .”

The council’s contractor is currently installing drainage and ducting before paving the north half of the market square, which is expected to take approximately four weeks to complete. Whilst this phase is in progress access to will be via Dog and Duck Lane.

Whilst parking is still available in the market square, motorists can also use parking provision in Grayburn Lane (long stay), (long and medium stay), Spencer Street (medium stay) and Butcher Row (short stay), all are within a short walking distance from the town centre.

’s Nigel Leighton, director of environment and neighbourhood services, thanked both residents and businesses for their understanding, he said:

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“We would like to thank our residents and the local community for their continued cooperation while these improvements are being carried out.

“From the start of the scheme, the council and its contractor have made every effort to reduce disruption, wherever possible, and will continue to do this until the job concludes, which we anticipate will be in mid-April.

“When complete, the scheme will provide with a space that can help it maintain its place as one of the country’s most vibrant market towns.”

Work to thresholds will be undertaken outside of normal working hours, with the aim of reducing any disruption.

Residents can contact the site office should they have any queries or concerns regarding any aspect of the scheme.

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