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£23000 spent by Leicester City Council on art work at City Centre Pedestrian Crossings.

October 18, 2020 12:41 PM
By Leicester Liberal Democrats in Comments from Leicester Mercury, 25th September.

As Leicester City Council have spent £23,000 recently commissioning new artwork on existing pedestrian crossings on Charles Street, by the City Hall, Aylestone Wards Liberal Democrat Opposition Leader Councillor Nigel Porter commented to the Leicester Mercury:

"We all like art and appreciate nice designs but I don't think the council should be splashing the cash on repainting crossings like this at a time when people are losing their jobs left right and centre.

"It's a very colourful waste of public money.

"Surely right now there are better things the council could be spending its money on right now."

One of the two crossings repainted on Charles Street, Leicester

One of the two new art crossings on Charles Street