14 Jun 2016
Today the High Court dominated choice through Reading Borough Council to modify off pedestrian lighting fixtures at Target Junction, a hectic junction within the centre of Reading, might not be referred to judicial overview.
The lighting fixtures had been switched off in January 2015, making this busy a part of the city centre a digital no-go house for many of us residing with sight loss.
The case used to be led through Unity Law on behalf of information canine proprietor and previous Paralympian, Simon Goodall.
Commenting at the choice, Guide Dogs mentioned:
“It’s extraordinarily disappointing that Reading Borough Council’s choice to show the lighting fixtures off at Target Junction isn't going ahead to judicial overview.
“Many of our information canine homeowners have informed us that Target Junction is now unsafe. It is just about unimaginable for people who find themselves not able to look to pass judgement on whether or not it’s secure to move the street or how a lot time they have got to move safely. This is a hectic a part of the city centre and the verdict has put many of us at really extensive drawback. For many, this house is successfully now a no-go zone.
“We will continue to campaign to persuade Reading Borough Council to make the junction safe for all pedestrians.”