Government provides Nottinghamshire with £77m for roads maintenance

The government has set aside £77,883,000 in funding to help maintain roads in Nottinghamshire, including fixing potholes over the next six years.

By Ben McVay
Tuesday, 23rd December 2014, 9:24 am

The government will be providing local authorities in England, and not including London, with just under £6 billion in total for local highways maintenance.

Of this funding, £4.7 billion will be allocated according to need, with £580 million to incentivise good asset management and efficiencies, and £575 million reserved to fund large one-off maintenance and renewal projects.

In Derbyshire £99,076,000 was set aside.

What do you think about this grant. Is it enough and which areas do you think need the most attention?

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To read a Chad story about problem potholes in the area CLICK HERE