Devon County Council has approved £1.9m worth of safety improvements for a key South Hams road.
The essential work will include relaying many of the existing paving blocks and replacing those that are damaged. Some kerbs will also be relaid to improve pedestrian crossing points.
Devon County Council’s Cabinet is recommending a call on the Government to do more to support post offices in rural and coastal communities.
Work to replace the lights at the junction of the A3052/A375 at Sidford, and the adjacent pedestrian crossing, is due to start on Monday 14 October and is expected to take just over two weeks
A new Government report calling for a nationwide ban on pavement parking has been welcomed by Devon County Council