Seven Deeside Roads Set to benefit from Council’s Major Road Resurfacing Work
Seven of Deeside’s pot hole riddled roads are set to be resurfaced by Flintshire County Council.
Work will commence in April 2014 on one of the largest resurfacing programmes ever commissioned by Flintshire County Council and costing around £1.8m
The council has identified 40 roads and sections across Flintshire in need of improvement.
The Contract is funded by contributions from the final year of Welsh Government’s Highway Prudential Borrowing Initiative and the Council’s own capital resurfacing allocation and will be completed by the end of the summer 2014.
The Deeside roads set to be resurfaced are:
|Wood Lane, Hawarden|
|Queens Road, Garden City|
|York Road, Connah’s Quay|
|Shotton Lane, Shotton|
|Factory Road, Sandycroft|
|Clwyd Street, Shotton|
|Fron Road (part), Connah’s Quay|
|Wepre Lane, Connah’s Quay
Councillor Bernie Attridge, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Environment said,
“This will be the third major contract to resurface the Councils roads in recent years and highlights the importance of the highway network to this Council.
“Whilst it is not possible for the Council to resurface all roads in the County, the mechanism for choosing the sites will ensure that those roads in greatest need of repair work receive the attention they require. Those roads not on the list will continue to be repaired to ensure they are fit for purpose and safe for road users.
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