The firm responsible for road maintenance across Gedling borough has now been bought out by Nottinghamshire County Council.
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Around £4.25m of a three-year £20m cashpot set up in 2018 to invest in the county's roads will be spent during the next 12 months.
The firm now looking after the borough’s highways and engineering services celebrated their first anniversary this week. Via East Midlands was set up to provide highways and fleet management services across the county – including Gedling borough- and is the first highways joint venture of its kind to be developed
The Government is to make extra funds available for Nottinghamshire County Council to repair potholes across the county – including those affecting roads across Gedling borough. The funding is from the £250m Pothole Action Fund which the Chancellor announced in the Budget last month and which, it is estimated, will fix