Highland Roads Recovery – Road works in Ross-shire
The Highland Council’s Roads Team has completed 10 prioritised road projects across 4 Wards in Ross-shire comprising 21,387 square metres of roads repaired (the equivalent sized area of 3 football pitches).
The works have been carried out according to the prioritised Area Capital Programme for 2021 – 2022.
In Ward 5, Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh - roads have been resurfaced at Bundaloch Road, Dornie (2847m2), Strathy Hill, Plockton (2350 m2), A896 East of Lochcarron (9232 m2), and the A832 Kerrisdale (1350 m2).
Bundaloch Road, Dornie
Lochcarron (l) and Strathy Hill Plockton (r)
Repairs have been made to the U1992 Swordale Road in Ward 6, Cromarty Firth.
In Ward 7, Tain and Easter Ross – 503 m2 road surface has been repaired on the C1012 Scotsburn Road near Moor Farm; and 1800 m2 repairs made to Rockfield Road. Potholes have also been patched at Mansfield, Tain.
Resurfacing works have also been completed in Ward 8, Dingwall and Seaforth at Conon House – Highfield Park Rd 1171 m2 and on the U2642 Highfield – Mulbuie Road where 2 sections of road have been resurfaced covering 2134 m2.
There are some of the many road projects completed on The Highland Council’s 6,754km of road network that the local authority is marking in its recent #HighlandRoadsRecovery campaign.
The Council is highlighting some of its roads maintenance works that have recently been completed and these are being featured on social media with the hashtag #HighlandRoadsRecovery.
It’s very important to know how to report damage to Highland Council-maintained roads and pavements (including potholes). This can be done by using the online forms on the Council’s website at www.highland.gov.uk/report.
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