Thursday, 8 August 2013

Palisade fencing compound in Bray Harbour to facilitate work on Bray Boxing Club

Sinn Fein Councillor John Brady has stated that the new compound that
has been constructed in Bray Harbour is a temporary structure which is
necessary for the redevelopment of Bray Boxing Club.

Speaking after being contacted by members of the public Councillor
Brady said "Over the last few days i have been contacted by several
members of the public about the compound that has been erected in Bray
harbour. The palisade fencing compound is a temporary structure that
is crucial for the long awaited redevelopment of the Bray Boxing Club
that's located in the area. Work on the new facility has started and
the storage compound was deemed necessary to facilitate the works on
the Boxing club."

Brady continued "I understand that members of the public had initial
concerns when they seen the palisade fence and the fact that it takes
up some of the limited car parking spaces. People also expressed
concern that it blocks signs erected relating to the swans in the
harbour. However when it was explained the temporary need for the
compound people are very understanding. The long term benefits of
having a state of the art boxing club in the area greatly out way any
short term losses."

Brady concluded "I think it would be a good idea for the council to
erect a sign on the compound stating its temporary purpose along with
an artists impression of the new boxing club building. I believe it
will allay any concerns people may have and will completely win the
support of all the public." Ends

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