Only £420 million allocated to tackle pot holes

1st Nov 18 Posted in Blog Articles

The recent budget announced plans to invest nearly £30 Billion in Britain’s road networks. This will be financed through vehicle excise duty (road tax) in the attempt to upgrade, maintain and the construction of new major road links.

Chancellor Philip Hammond said an extra £420 million will be given to local councils to tackle the potholes and repair damaged roads.

The question is; is this really going to be enough? It seems every road in the country now either has failing tarmac or great craters in the road