TEMPORARY traffic lights have been removed from a main road in Worcester after a structural safety inspection of a collapsed wall. 

The traffic lights were put in place on Rainbow Hill after a garden wall collapsed in February. 

Adam Gianotti, whose house is above the wall, has been told he is liable for the costs of the wall which he said has been estimated to cost about £400,000.

Reservoir Lane and a section of the footpath on Rainbow Hill remain closed.

Worcestershire County Council confirmed the lights had been removed after some vegetation removal and a structural safety inspection.