Letter: Protect pedestrians

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Sir,

About five weeks ago the Courier highlighted a crack in the Aqualibrium wall above the car park and alongside a footpath.

Live Argyll or the council has erected a ‘Heras’ metal fence to keep people off the grass bank behind the wall.

Why are there no warning signs in the car park or on the footpath or a protective fence? If there is a slippage the wall may fall in the direction of the path.

A simple marked piece of tape at the top of the Aqualibrium wall would also act as a measure allowing surveyors to keep an eye on movement.

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