Cleaner, Greener Works

During our Big Listening Project, residents said they wanted to see improvements in their local town centres.

Councillor David Molyneux, leader of Wigan Council, has committed £1 million to fund these improvements. The money has been reserved for 12 district centres, not including Wigan and Leigh, the borough’s two main towns.

The funding will be earmarked for public realm, street-scene and environmental projects, such as better street signs, more litter or recycling bins and more attractive shop fronts.

The package includes replacement bins and additional bins, repainting and replacing street signs and benches, new or improved street lighting and repainting road markings.

Each area will get a deep clean, including jet-washing, weeding and pruning to tidy up the streets. New trees will also be planted in each district and new flower planters installed.

Programme of works 

The 12 district centres are: Hindley, Golborne, Ince, Orrell, Aspull, Lowton, Standish, Pemberton, Ashton, Atherton, Platt Bridge and Tyldesley.

Wigan Council teams will be on site at each district centre for approximately three weeks. Schedule of works:

  • Ince – May
  • Golborne – May
  • Atherton – May / June
  • Pemberton – June
  • Ashton – June / July
  • Lowton – July
  • Hindley – July / August
  • Aspull – August
  • Orrell – August / September
  • Platt Bridge – September
  • Tyldesley – September / October
  • Standish – September / October

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