Council to resurface roads at a cost of �200,000
TWENTY-ONE roads throughout North Somerset will benefit from a �200,000 surface improvement scheme.
North Somerset Council has revealed those which will be given a cost-effective surface dressing.
The works will improve the roads’ condition and their skid resistance as well as preventing water from seeping into their foundations.
A statement released by the authority said: “This helps delay the need to carry out more extensive and costly carriageway repairs.
“Disruption will be kept to a minimum, although some road closures will be made.
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“Residents will be informed prior to the closures taking place and diversions, where applicable, will be clearly signed.”
Clevedon Lane and Caswell Lane in Clapton-in-Gordano will receive the upgrades, as well as Cambridge Road in Clevedon and Upton Lane in Dundry.
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Four roads in Abbots Leigh will be improved - Manor Road, Church Road, Vicarage Road, St Marys Road and Burwalls Road.
Failand Lane and Sandy Lane in Failand and Bristol Road in Wraxall will also benefit from the works, which will be carried out between August 16-22.