Derbyshire roads set for £20 million improvements

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Derbyshire County Council have announced that they’re set to spend £20 million on improvements to roads across Derbyshire over the next year.

The money will be spent on work including resurfacing roads and pavements, gully and drainage improvements, bridge replacements, street lighting, new road signs and safety measures.

This is in addition to the £15.8 million spent on routine maintenance and £3 million which is provided by central Government to repair damage caused by severe weather.


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