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The work follows three years of lobbying led by Stroud Town Council.
The cobbles at the top of the High Street were removed and replaced in 2012. There was a public outcry about the standard of the paving and the quality of materials used by the contractors.
Residents and traders said the chippings scattered into the tarmac along the section of pedestrainised road above the Kendrick Street junction were out of keeping and poor quality.
Amanda Moriarty, then the Stroud Town Mayor, members of the Chamber of Trade and Gloucestershire Highways joined forces to work together with the contractor to find a suitable solution.
The town council, along with Stroud District Council, contributed funds so that higher quality materials could be used and the section around Kendrick Street was resurfaced in 2013.
The Town Council has contributed £20,000 so far and will contribute a further £9,000.
The new surface is a mixture of York stone paving, enhanced buff coloured surfacing and conservation kerbing which has proved to be much more popular.
At a recent meeting of the Stroud Concordat, comprising of representatives from the town, district and county councils and the Chamber of Trade, it was announced that the remaining sections of the lower High Street would be resurfaced.