Facelift for Lade Braes

Archived news: published on Friday 13 Sep 2019 by Fife Council

Lade Braes will benefit from £300,000 investment

Lade Braes will benefit from £300,000 investment

A MUCH-LOVED path network from the outskirts of St Andrews into the centre of the town is to benefit from a £300,000 facelift thanks to a partnership between Fife Council and Sustrans.

Following a decision by councillors at the council's Community and Housing Services Committee, £300,000 will be invested in the future of the popular pathway. The money will be used to upgrade the existing path, replace broken seats, improve signage, install new litter bins, provide solar lighting and carry out some minor tree work.

Committee Convener Cllr Judy Hamilton welcomed the move commenting: "I welcome this investment in partnership with Sustrans. I am very proud that we are  still investing in our communities and our priority of promoting health and wellbeing, even in these very challenging times. I look forward to seeing this new development being brought forward."

Sustrans funding originates with the Transport Scotland-supported Places for Everyone programme.

Alan Bisset, Parks Development Officer (East) 
Tel: 03451 55 55 55 + Ext 45 04 89 Contact Alan Bisset online
By Post: County Buildings St Catherine Street Cupar Fife KY15 4TA

Judy Hamilton, Councillor 
Tel: 01592 26 65 17 Contact Judy Hamilton online
By Post: Fife council, Fife House North Street, Glenrothes,KY7 5LT
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