Mill Hill East Transport (before the bean counters cut it all)


Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Evening Standard: "Taxpayer forks out £218m a year to have poor road resurfacing work done again"

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"Taxpayers are forking out more than £200 million a year to repair street surfaces which are poorly relaid by utility companies' contractors after roadworks, according to research released today.

"The Local Government Association (LGA) said councils in England and Wales have to redo 340,000 shoddy resurfacing jobs a year - 17 per cent of all private companies' roadworks - at a total cost of £218 million to the taxpayer."

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