Roads a significant part of Argyll and Bute’s budget

Roads, schools, bins, public toilets and the local economy – all benefit from investment in the budget set today by Argyll and Bute Council for 2022/23. Council Leader, Councillor Robin Currie said: “We listen to our communities. This budget invests in what people tell us matters most to them. “We are increasing investment in our […]

Irish government commits to two-to-one spending ratio on public transport and roads

The Irish government has committed to honoring its commitment to a two-to-one spending ratio on public transport to roads as part of its National Development Plan. The plan, reports the Evening Standard, sets out the big transport and road projects the government will spend money on from now until 2030. Michael McGrath said public transport […]

Renfrewshire Council to invest a further £8m in its road network this year

Renfrewshire Council will invest a further £8 million in its road network this year as part of its six-year £47 million investment programme. There will be upgrades in every town and village as roads and footways are either fully resurfaced, restored ahead of future resurfacing or minor repairs carried out. The programme also captures any projects from 2020 […]

Extra £1.5 million for Shropshire’s roads from Community Infrastructure Levy

An extra £1.5 million will be spent on Shropshire’s roads-mainly on road safety schemes and the installation of cycle routes and crossings. The funding has come from the Community Infrastructure Levy scheme, via developers who are building housing schemes in the region. One of the biggest schemes to have been given approval is a £225,000 […]


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