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    Legal Action Planned over Managing Pavements Guidance

    Disabled claimants are preparing to legal action over guidance for councils on managing pavements during COVID-19.
    Two disabled people are raising funds for a legal challenge to Government guidance to local authorities on managing pavements for more walking and cycling during the pandemic. ¬∑They say the guidance , ‘Reallocating road space in response to COVID-19: statutory guidance for local authorities, pays little attention to the needs of disabled people and is mainly concerned with promoting walking and cycling as alternatives to public transport during the pandemic, with only a brief reference to disability.

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