As a new highways management strategy is released, Rutland County Council is encouraging people to comment on its plans for our roads, paths, bridges and streetlights.
Rutland County Council is asking residents what they think of their recently released highway maintenance plan which spans the next five years.
The Council’s new Highways Infrastructure Asset Management Strategy covers the period up to 2026 and sets out how the authority will take care of the many individual components that make up the highway network.
Councillor Lucy Stephenson, Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport at RCC, says that it is much cheaper and efficient to repair regularly and promptly rather than wait until an asset needs to be replaced completely.
The Strategy can be viewed online and comments made up until the 17th October: Comment on plans to maintain Rutland's Highways network | Rutland County Council