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Footpath to reopen as depot demolition expected to be completed

PUBLISHED: 11:20 23 July 2014

The old trolley bus depot in Ley street, earmarked for demotition

The old trolley bus depot in Ley street, earmarked for demotition

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Work to demolish a historic trolleybus station is expected to finish this week.

NorthEast Demolition UK has been carrying out work on behalf of Redbridge Council at Ley Street depot, Newbury Park.

The garage is being demolished to make way for an 840-place school, opening in September next year, after Redbridge Council gained planning permission last year.

The work is expected to be completed tomorrow (Friday), with the footpath being reopened.

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