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06 Jul 2022

Bollards on Kildare ring roads won't be replaced

Councillor says they serve no purpose

Bollards on Kildare ring roads won't be replaced

The controversial wooden bollards, Naas

Bollards placed along either side of ring roads in Naas will not be replaced as they become damaged.

Naas Mayor Seamie Moore made a call for wooden and concrete bollards and concrete bollards located along the ring roads in Naas to be taken away.

Cllr Moore said the bollards and concrete barriers on the southern inner relief road should be removed "as they serve no sustainable security or enhancement purpose."

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However, according to Kildare County Council it was previously agreed that any damaged timber bollards on the ring roads in Naas would not be replaced. And due to the number of bollards on the ring roads and limited resources available, it is not possible to remove them all at this time.

 

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