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TfL grant pays for resurfacing on Powys Lane and Wilmer Way in Palmers Green, and Southgate Circus
Three roads are to be resurfaced after a Transport for London grant of more than a quarter of a million pounds.
Powys Lane and Wilmer Way in Palmers Green, and Southgate Circus will all be resurfaced after being heavily used as diversion route while road works took place on the A406 North Circular at Telford Road junction.
This is part of Enfield Borough Council’s programme of resurfacing eight other roads at a cost of £1.104 million. Since 2010 the borough has invested £44million on improving road and pavement surfaces.
Enfield Council’s cabinet member for environment Councillor 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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