Tina Thorburn from the county council’s highways team provides an update on the work taking place on Surrey’s roads, including advance warning of a bridge closure in Leatherhead next month for a resurfacing scheme.
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives her first update of the year on work taking place on Surrey’s roads. All work being done can be found by using a map on the council’s website.
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, provides the latest information about work taking place on Surrey’s roads. Her update includes news about the first phase of a project to transform the centre of Leatherhead being completed. It also features the Runnymede roundabout scheme to cut congestion. Map data ©2017 Google
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives an update on the work taking place on Surrey’s roads.
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives the latest update on work taking place on Surrey’s roads. It includes details of a resurfacing scheme due to start next week in Leatherhead and a drainage project in Chipstead to reduce the chances of flooding.
The latest footpaths to be overhauled in Surrey County Council’s Pavement Horizon project have been unveiled. The authority has released dates when work is set to begin on resurfacing more than three-and-a-half miles of pavements as part of the scheme to improve access to schools, doctors’ surgeries and town centres. Nearly three-quarters of a mile more has … Continue reading
Shopping streets in towns across Surrey are set to benefit from a new £3 million fund launched by the county council. The authority is making up to £750,000 available annually for boroughs and districts to improve secondary shopping centres. They will be able to put it towards retail areas beyond the centres of large towns … Continue reading
Surrey County Council is bidding for more than £1.5 million to help keep cyclists safe on town centre roads. The council aims to win the cash to install cycle paths in two major towns. If successful, Walton-on-Thames will get cycle paths linking shops and schools with Upper Halliford via the new £32 million bridge being … Continue reading