Community Information Signs with QR Codes

To keep local residents and businesses updated regular newsletters are sent out via email.

In addition to this, the contractor has put up posters in a vacant shop window which links to the Client’s project page on their website. This provides people with more detailed information on the project, updates on progress and information on upcoming work plus a link to the Considerate Constructors Scheme website.

Using a QR code means that more detailed information is available to the public than wouldn’t be included in a traditional poster and saves the waste generated from having to change posters regularly as the project progresses.

It also means that members of the public and visitors to the area who aren’t on the newsletter email list are also able to access information on the project.

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