Maldon could get millions of pounds for road improvements

Road improvements could tackle congestion

Road improvements could tackle congestion

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Maldon could be in line for £44million for road improvements.

The Government has awarded the South East Local Enterprise Partnership £442.2million for projects across Essex, Kent and Sussex.

The LEP’s actual plans cost £10billion, and it is bidding for extra funding, but include:

* £40million for the Heybridge relief road. Work is hoped to start in 2016/17 and end in 2018/19.

* £4million for the B1022 Colchester to Maldon and £4million for the A414 Maldon to Chelmsford, including congestion relief and safety measures. Work is due to start on the B1022 in 2017 and be finished by 2020, and improvements to the A414 will start in 2016 and be complete by 2018.

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11:40am Sat 12 Jul 14

Jack222 says...

Maldon will not get ten percent off all the money allocated to roads in Kent Essex and Sussex, Nor should we.

What a silly first sentence..
Maldon will not get ten percent off all the money allocated to roads in Kent Essex and Sussex, Nor should we. What a silly first sentence.. Jack222
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2:08pm Sat 12 Jul 14

Opsiomath says...

Just wish MDC/ECC would apply for monies to make major improvements for roads in The Dengie
Just wish MDC/ECC would apply for monies to make major improvements for roads in The Dengie Opsiomath
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