Amanda McDermott Posted January 11 Share Posted January 11 Hi all, Hoping someone might have knowledge of a precedent they can direct me to? We've been involved in a project to formalise a road closure, on a minor road which has been temporarily closed using large concrete blocks (and no bollards) for over a year. We have sourced large blocks of local stone, which have been placed in the road to act as a barrier. The highways team are now nervous that somebody will drive into them in the dark, and are insisting that we should put bollards in front of them as well, which we're not keen on because the intention was to try and reduce clutter and have a more attractive 'road closure'. They are rejecting suggestions that we could use reflective paint on the stones e.g. https://glowtec.co.uk/reflective-paint/ I'm hoping if we can point to a precedent where something similar has been done it might help to convince them, but nothing springing to mind - does anyone know of such an intervention please? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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