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Thursday, 15 September 2016

Crewe town centre to undergo ‘deep clean’

 

Crewe town centre will undergo a deep clean this week to help improve the shopping environment for visitors.

In partnership with Crewe Town Council, the work will be carried out by contractors on behalf of Ansa Environmental Services and Cheshire East Council and will begin tomorrow(September 13).

Cheshire East Council has carefully considered the best time to carry out the work in order to minimise disruption to businesses and shoppers. The work will take place between midnight and 8am and is expected to be completed by Friday, October 7.

The following areas will be covered within the deep cleaning programme: Heath Street, Lyceum Square, Market Street, Victoria Street, Queensway, Tower Way, Delamere Street, Market Square, Earle Street and Memorial Square.

Councillor Simon Yates, Leader of Crewe Town Council, said: “The deep clean of Crewe town centre is really positive news and this approach by Cheshire East Council should be both welcomed and applauded.

“The Town Council calls on the people of Crewe to take full advantage of a cleaner Crewe, to support the businesses and activities which take place in the town centre and to help in maintaining this improvement. A cleaner Crewe will be so much more attractive and it would be great to make sure that this remains the case.”

Councillor Don Stockton, Cheshire East Council Cabinet member for regeneration, said: “We recognise that a clean town centre is important to residents and businesses, as well as visitors.

“The work will make a visible difference to the town centre and we hope it will encourage more people to go and spend time there.

“We’re appealing to residents to also play their part in keeping the town centre clean and encourage them to ensure any litter is placed in the bins provided.”

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