Fleming welcomes news on Claudy signage

Sinn Féin Councillor Paul Fleming has welcomed the news from DCSDC that they will be introducing new street signs in an area of Claudy following complaints from residents that there was no signage.

Councillor Fleming said “I was carrying out a survey in the area along with my party colleague Conor Heaney and we were asked  by residents of Baranailt Park, Claudy about a number of issues they had, one of which was the lack of street signage.

“Road and street signage is very important for rural communities for the likes of the emergency services, deliveries and taxi companies.

“I am pleased to say we have received confirmation from the Council that new signs have been ordered and hopefully they will be installed within the next couple of weeks.