Each year, Highways Engineers compile a list of roads and pavements that need repair, whether fixing pot holes or full resurfacing. The list is based on their own inspection reports, as well as requests from residents and councillors.
Last year, Ian, Lesley and Paul asked residents to tell them about roads and pavements that need repair here in Wallasey. Thank you to everyone who responded.
The Council's Budget for road and pavement repairs is £10.3 million - that's £3 million more than last year, thanks partly to extra money from the Government.
Following our survey last year, we sent a list of all the roads that residents told us about in our survey to the Council. Highways Inspectors visited the roads to assess the works needed - some needed pot holes filling while others need full resurfacing.
The list of roads in Wallasey Ward that have now been included in this year's programme is listed on this page and includes Mosslands Drive, as reported in the Wirral Globe here.
Councillors Ian Lewis, Lesley Rennie and Paul Hayes have now written to residents in all the roads listed to let them know (see attached letters below).
If you live in Wallasey Ward and your road or pavement is not on the list but you think it needs repair, tell us using the survey below.
|Letter to Hose Side Road residents||55.71 KB|
|Letter to Mosslands Drive residents||55.73 KB|
|Letter to residents in other roads in this year's programme||57.67 KB|
|Road repairs campaign update||5.21 MB|