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Call for Hinckley and Bosworth to get fair share of £74,224,000 windfall

January 8, 2015 6:17 PM

Hinckley Lib Dem County Councillor Michael Mullaney has called for Hinckley and Bosworth to get its fair share of £74,224,000 given to Leicestershire to fix our broken roads and pavements. He was speaking after the Government pledged £6billion nationally to finally sort our damaged roads out. Michael has claimed that if Leicestershire County Council shared the money proportionately across the County - it will make a huge difference.

Councillor Michael Mullaney said, "This is excellent news for Hinckley and Bosworth- especially after the recent freezing conditions.

"This investment will be good news for local roads.

"I urge any resident in Hinckley and Bosworth to report any damaged roads or pavements to me so that they can be reported to the County Council. Residents can contact me by email on michaeltmullaney@yahoo.co.uk or by phone on 07576 289910"

To see the breakdown of funding see:
http://maps.dft.gov.uk/local-highways-maintenance-funding