Temporarily widen the Marlow town centre pavements to support our shops

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jane douglass
Jul 3, 2020
I believe that people need to socialise safely - if they feel tehy want to. I do not feel that socially with strangers indoors is safe and won't take part in this in the current climate. So if there is not a safe outside space I will not be able to contribute and spend my money in the local economy. I also feel that the amount of traffic through our town is ruining the air quality

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Helen Carvey
Jun 29, 2020
Good idea - keep people social distancing and enabling people to shop safely to keep the economy going.

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Morag Simmons Nee Mathieson
Jun 29, 2020
I agree that the patches are very narrow, even before vivid it was difficult to pass without going into road.

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Chris Taylor
Jun 29, 2020
Cafes/retailers need to be able to extend out onto the high street and it will ensure people can walk at a safe distance from each other.

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Mary Badenoch
Jun 29, 2020
What a fantastic change this would make to the high street.

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Sian McDonald
Jun 29, 2020
It would be wonderful to have pavement cafes in marlow. My address has come up as wycombe, but I do live in marlow.

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Athena Christoforides
Jun 20, 2020
I am signing because it is vital to encourage people to keep shopping in Marlow to keep our town alive!

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Michelle Livett
Jun 19, 2020
Now the town and roads are becoming busier, the one way system is no longer practical or safe.

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Alison Grottrup
Jun 19, 2020
It's the obvious solution

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Clare Murphy
Jun 19, 2020
I think the council should consider widening the pavement or reducing parking on the high street. Or stop cars using the high street.