Wrexham Council have announced that a town centre street closure will be in place from next week as a result of ongoing improvement works.
The repaving, which is taking place alongside parts of Queens Street and Hope Street, has been underway for several weeks
However Wrexham Council say that from Monday September 10th there is a “need to close the area to vehicles”.
Deliveries to commercial properties will be able to take place through planned arrangements between the shops and the contractors.
Pedestrian access to all shops will be maintained at all times.
The ongoing works form part of of the first stage of a £420,000 investment to improve paving and street furniture in the heart of the town centre.
Cllr David A Bithell, lead member for environment and transport, said: “Works of this nature will inevitably cause disruption and inconvenience and I apologise to anyone affected by the closure.
“We will be maintaining access to shops throughout the works and for visitors it’s business as usual and we all look forward to seeing a brighter and pleasanter area when the works are completed in the autumn.”
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