I’ve written about the changes to Knoll Walk in Camberley. It’s the path, begining near Camberley Theatre, from Knoll Road to the High Street by Barclays Bank.
I noted that Surrey Heath Borough Council intended to remove trees and flower beds from the walk, which they’ve subsequently done, pleasingly, leaving one large evergreen tree next to Barclays Bank. I wondered what the result might be after the change. I admit to being surprised that it’s now a good wide path, without the flower beds, trees, and shrubs.
There’s a notice on a post in the walk, see photo below, that says the entire walk will be closed to pedestrians for 18 months while construction work takes place associated with ‘The Camberley Public Realm Scheme‘, and a description of the works HERE.
I viewed the Public Realm Scheme details on the Council’s website, from which I learned little about this work. Maybe I missed the details on how much work is involved that takes 18 months. Here are the photos I took a few days ago of the state of the walk.