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Council commit to repairing 98 roads in Harlow

Politics / Tue 29th Jul 2014 at 08:51am

ESSEX County Council has published a list of the 700 worst urban local roads it is targeting in its ambitious maintenance programme, which involves spending an extra £17.5m to fix potholes and other road defects.

The list can be found online at: http://www.essexhighways.org/Transport-and-Roads/Roads-and-Pavements/Repair-programme-2014-15.aspx.

County Councillor Rodney L Bass, Cabinet Member for Highways and Transportation, said: “These roads are in urgent need of repair and we are making the manpower available to get the job done – recently doubling the number of maintenance crews to 36 to bring the County’s roads up to standard.”

The 36 crews will also fix all current carriageway defects, but not those that may subsequently emerge, on the main roads (Priority 1 / Priority 2 networks) and rural local roads, by the end of March 2015.

ARKWRIGHTS – Harlow District
BARROWS ROAD – Harlow District
BERECROFT – Harlow District
BRAYS MEAD – Harlow District
BROADWAY AVENUE – Harlow District
BROCKLES MEAD – Harlow District
BUSH FAIR – Harlow District
BYNGHAMS – Harlow District
CARTERS MEAD – Harlow District
CHAPEL FIELDS – Harlow District
CHIPPINGFIELD – Harlow District
CHURCH END – Harlow District
CHURCH LEYS – Harlow District
CHURCH ROAD – Harlow District
EAST GATE – Harlow District
EAST PARK – Harlow District
ELMBRIDGE – Harlow District
THE FAIRWAY – Harlow District
FENNELLS – Harlow District
FIVE ACRES – Harlow District
THE FORTUNES – Harlow District
FULLERS MEAD – Harlow District
GARDEN TERRACE ROAD – Harlow District
GREAT BRAYS – Harlow District
GUILFORDS – Harlow District
HIGH STREET – Harlow District
THE HILL – Harlow District
HOLLYFIELD – Harlow District
HOOKFIELD – Harlow District
THE HORNBEAMS – Harlow District
JEROUNDS – Harlow District
JOYNERS FIELD – Harlow District
KINGSLAND – Harlow District
KITSON WAY – Harlow District
LITTLE BRAYS – Harlow District
LONG BANKS – Harlow District
LONGFIELD – Harlow District
LOWER MEADOW – Harlow District
THE MAPLES – Harlow District
MAUNDS HATCH – Harlow District
MAYFIELD CLOSE – Harlow District
MILL HATCH – Harlow District
MOORFIELD – Harlow District
MORNINGTONS – Harlow District
NICHOLLS FIELD – Harlow District
OLD ORCHARD – Harlow District
OLD ROAD – Harlow District
PARNALL ROAD – Harlow District
PARTRIDGE ROAD – Harlow District
PEAR TREE MEAD – Harlow District
PENSHURST – Harlow District
PERRY ROAD – Harlow District
PERRY SPRING – Harlow District
PILKINGTONS – Harlow District
PRENTICE PLACE – Harlow District
PRIMROSE FIELD – Harlow District
PRIORY AVENUE – Harlow District
PURFORD GREEN – Harlow District
PYENEST ROAD – Harlow District
PYTT FIELD – Harlow District
RADBURN CLOSE – Harlow District
THE READINGS – Harlow District
RECTORY WOOD – Harlow District
RED WILLOW – Harlow District
RISDENS – Harlow District
ROSEMOUNT – Harlow District
RUNDELLS – Harlow District
RUSHES MEAD – Harlow District
RUSHTON GROVE – Harlow District
SADLERS MEAD – Harlow District
SAKINS CROFT – Harlow District
SEELEYS – Harlow District
SHAWBRIDGE – Harlow District
SHERARDS HATCH – Harlow District
SPENCERS CROFT – Harlow District
SPRING HILLS – Harlow District
ST JOHNS AVENUE – Harlow District
STILE CROFT – Harlow District
THE STOW – Harlow District
SWALLOWS – Harlow District
TAWNEYS ROAD – Harlow District
TENDRING ROAD – Harlow District
THREE HORSESHOES ROAD – Harlow District
TICKENHALL DRIVE – Harlow District
TILBURY MEAD – Harlow District
TILEGATE ROAD – Harlow District
TYLNEY CROFT – Harlow District
TITHELANDS – Harlow District
TYE GREEN VILLAGE – Harlow District
UPPER MEALINES – Harlow District
WATERSMEET – Harlow District
WATLINGTON ROAD – Harlow District
WESTFIELD – Harlow District
WHARLEY HOOK – Harlow District
WOODWARDS – Harlow District
COALPORT CLOSE – Harlow District
MALKIN DRIVE – Harlow District
COLT HATCH – Harlow District

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1 Comment for Council commit to repairing 98 roads in Harlow:

UKMaverick785
2014-07-29 15:26:09

The key question here, as my UKIP party colleague Cllr. Long has asked, is how many people will be hurt, and how much compensation will be claimed due to blind or disabled people not seeing these potholes. This is an even bigger issue after midnight when so many street lamps are turned off - March 2015 is a long time away!!!!!

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