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Published Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Three roads in Enfield are to be resurfaced thanks to an extra £290,000 grant from Transport for London (TfL).

Work on Powys Lane, Wilmer Way and Southgate Circus will be funded through the London Highways Alliance Contract and will complement Enfield Council’s programme of eight more resurfacing schemes which are costing £1.104 million. The borough has invested £44m on improving its Roads and Pavements since 2010.

The roads were selected for repair because they deteriorated after being used as diversion routes while road works were being done on the A406 and Telford Road.

Enfield Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment, Cllr Chris Bond, said: “These roads are in urgent need of repair and this money from TfL is designed for borough’s to use to complement their own resurfacing programmes and fix the ones that are most in need of attention.

“This is a great example of Enfield Council using every available scrap of funding to deliver first class services to residents in partnership with other organisations and improving the borough’s infrastructure at the same time.”

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