Long-suffering motorists could have seen roads across Bolton fixed sooner if council bosses had invested in new road repair equipment rather than wasting £300,000 of taxpayers’ money on a grant to Asons solicitors.
Bolton’s Labour-run Council has spent £117,232.83 compensating motorists for damage caused by potholes since 2012, figures uncovered by the Liberal Democrats have revealed.
Westhoughton must have its fair share of a new £50million fund to fill potholes across the country, councillor David Wilkinson has demanded. Nearly one million potholes will be repaired in England over the next 12 months through the Pothole Action Fund, according to the Department for Transport (DfT). Local authorities in the North West will receive £6,411,000… Continue reading Westhoughton must have ‘fair share’ of new pothole fund
Potholes on Manchester Road and Church Street are to be tackled. Westhoughton councillor David Wilkinson reported this pothole on Manchester Road… …and this pothole on Church Street: Now Bolton Council have said they will fill the holes. Do you know of a dodgy pothole? Tell us here.