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M: 075 4532 5209
E: dharrison100@aol.com

Councillor Davod Harrison

Totton Precinct

Totton Precinct
Totton Precinct

What do my Facebook followers think about the long awaited improvements to Totton precinct?

It does look tidier. The old clock (that never worked) has not been removed. I am glad to see the back of those metal cages that were erected during the works.

As has often been said, the precinct is privately owned and nothing to do with the Council.

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1 Comment

  1. Clive Marshall on Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 7:22 pm

    I think there has been a vast improvement in the precinct,it would have been nice to have a working clock as it does look a bit scruffy, as for the Nat west bank monstrosity on the corner, when are they actually going to do something about it?

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