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Funding for repairing roads after severe weather

In March 2014 the Department of Transport announced a pot of £103.5 million was available for local authorities to help repair damage to the road network caused by recent severe weather conditions.

We were awarded £245,719 funding to repair those parts of the rural road network that have deteriorated the most, including:

  • Mill Lane, Hessay
  • New Lane, Holtby
  • Haxby Moor Road, Strensall
  • Wheldrake Lane, Wheldrake

These works were programmed to be completed by late-summer 2014, in addition to the £1.646 million being allocated by the Council for road repairs in 2014/15.

Government Pothole Fund

In the 2014 Budget Statement, the Government announced the creation of a 'Pothole Fund' worth £200 million, with £168 million being made available to highway authorities in England.

The fund is available during 2014/15 to help repair damage to the local road network and authorities are asked to bid by submitting an application form with supporting annexes.

We submitted a successful application in May 2014 and received £311,253 to repair potholes on our highway network.

Between July 2014 and August 2015, the number of repaired potholes and small patching to prevent them developing are:

  • 11551 potholes
  • 1970.75 potholes and patching area covered


Jockey Lane Cycle/Pedestrian scheme Public Consultation Document

Department for Transport Challenge Fund Tranche 2A Funding Bid

We have submitted a funding bid for Department for Transport Challenge Funding to renew and reinvigorate the National Cycle Network Route 65 through the City. See our downloadable documents for full details of the funding bid 2017-18

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