The template recommended and implemented was York stone footways with the carriageway in setts. All the bollards, specially designed street name plates and lamp columns were embossed with the symbol of the ancient Parish of St. Giles-in-the-Fields. The existing seven different sorts of bollards were removed. Works on the carriage-way included informal raised crossing points for pedestrians, linked where possible to entrances and doubling up as traffic calming measures. Improvements were also made to the Seven Dials roundabout where a circle of small York stones was installed around the perimeter. The scheme was devised by Peter Heath of Civic Design Partnership.