March roads roundup

4 March 2014

Nearly £200,000 is being invested in road repairs across the county in March.


The money is part of a £35 million package Derbyshire County Council has spent on improving the roads in 2013/14.

Councillor Dean Collins, Deputy Cabinet Member for Jobs, Economy and Transport said:

"We are committed to repairing and improving roads and pavements across the county.

"We want to build a strong economy that creates jobs and supports businesses and a thriving economy needs an efficient transport network."

During March work to improve Derbyshire's roads will include:

Bolsover £75,000

  • A619 Treble Bob roundabout, Barlborough - road resurfacing - £75,000

Chesterfield £15,000

  • Hall Lane, Staveley - road resurfacing - £15,000

North East Derbyshire £107,000

  • Norwood Crescent, Killamarsh - road resurfacing - £25,000
  • Bridge Street, Killamarsh - road resurfacing - £55,000
  • Holmgate Road, Clay Cross - road patching - £27,000

Engineers are currently working to fix potholes caused by recent prolonged and heavy rain on roads across the county.

And further road maintenance will be carried out in areas including:

Amber Valley

  • Makeney Road, Holbrook - road patching    
  • A610, Codnor Gate - road resurfacing


  • Wreakes Lane, High Street and Stubley Lane roundabout, Dronfield - road resurfacing

Derbyshire Dales

  • Lant Lane, Tansley - road patching
  • Mill Road, Cromford - road patching
  • St Augustines Road, Chesterfield - road patching


  • Cranmer Street, Long Eaton - road resurfacing

 North East Derbyshire

  • Ankerbold Road, New Tupton - road patching
  • Whitecarr Lane, Ashover - road patching

 High Peak

  • Eccles Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith - verge works


Some roads will close temporarily while work takes place.

 For more details, including where current and future roadworks and road closures are taking place visit and check out the interactive map.





















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