Road changes a positive for Howrah Garden Complex

A NEW entrance into the Howrah Garden Complex has improved road safety for all its customers.

Recent upgrades to the South Arm Highway have meant that the complex can no longer be accessed directly by a highway slip lane.

Instead, shoppers can either take a U-turn at the Pass Road/Tollard Drive/South Arm Highway intersection or turn right at the intersection and then right again.

Howrah Garden Complex proprietors Nick and Jack Lambrakis said the change would only enhance customers’ shopping experiences.

“The reality is that although the new entrances may appear to create longer driving time, just as much – if not more – time was spent waiting in the old slip lane,” they said.

“We are relieved this new entrance has been created because it has greatly improved our customers’ safety.

“Our terrific service and value for money products have not changed, only the road.”

The Howrah Garden Complex was established eight-years-ago and is considered as one of the most convenient shopping locations on the Eastern Shore.

The complex is home to Howrah Fruit Market, Trendy Cut Meats, Howrah Big Bargain Bottle Shop and Howrah Nursery.

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