Pothole damage – Share of Road Repair Fund

Councils Share Of Emergency Road Repair Fund

£183.5 Million To Repair Roads Damaged By Severe Weather
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Councils in England have learnt how much money to expect from the government’s emergency fund to repair roads damaged by the recent severe weather. This £183.5 million investment follows a particularly harsh winter and will contribute to fixing more than three million potholes. The money is being distributed now to ensure that work starts soon, with the expectation that the majority will be complete for the summer holidays. 116 Local Highway Authorities in England will receive a share of the funding, and Transport for London will distribute its payment to the London Boroughs. The Authorities will then have to reveal to the public where the money has been spent via their websites – so there will be some accountability. Furthermore, the Chancellor of the Exchequer recently confirmed – during the budget of March 2014 – that a further £200 million pounds will be made available to repair potholes in the financial year 2014 – 2015.

ENGLAND £173,499,998
LONDON £10,000,000
EAST MIDLANDS £11,774,197
Derby £221,695
Derbyshire £2,946,577
Leicester £250,828
Leicestershire £1,491,977
Lincolnshire £3,311,952
Northamptonshire £1,544,481
Nottingham £232,906
Nottinghamshire £1,565,207
Rutland £208,574
EAST OF ENGLAND £16,174,242
Bedford £289,423
Central Bedfordshire £467,714
Cambridgeshire £1,531,297
Essex £2,700,386
Hertfordshire £3,620,756
Luton £120,725
Norfolk £3,689,546
Peterborough £325,057
Southend-on-Sea £273,418
Suffolk £2,944,452
Thurrock £211,468
NORTH EAST £6,298,272
Darlington £178,442
Durham £1,241,952
Gateshead £294,795
Hartlepool £131,268
Middlesbrough £140,529
Newcastle upon Tyne £282,923
North Tyneside £251,071
Northumberland £2,736,241
Redcar and Cleveland £263,488
South Tyneside £172,647
Stockton-on-Tees £258,308
Sunderland £346,608
NORTH WEST £13,179,700
Blackburn with Darwen £171,935
Blackpool £142,518
Bolton £309,888
Bury £192,770
Cheshire East £1,249,785
Cheshire West and Chester £856,911
Cumbria £3,018,761
Halton £230,978
Knowsley £202,454
Lancashire £2,279,110
Liverpool £465,035
Manchester £419,421
Oldham £811,773
Rochdale £238,301
Salford £259,010
Sefton £300,119
St. Helens £252,281
Stockport £286,735
Tameside £220,026
Trafford £234,953
Warrington £313,559
Wigan £358,930
Wirral £364,447
SOUTH EAST £44,575,080
Bracknell Forest £162,840
Brighton and Hove £295,048
Buckinghamshire £2,507,486
East Sussex £2,645,187
Hampshire £11,509,673
Isle of Wight **
Kent £8,602,389
Medway £266,288
Milton Keynes £371,011
Oxfordshire £4,782,149
Portsmouth £146,868
Reading £151,947
Slough £87,613
Southampton £221,057
Surrey £5,341,676
West Berkshire £1,489,480
West Sussex £3,475,968
Windsor and Maidenhead £2,123,047
Wokingham £395,353
SOUTH WEST £46,753,155
Bath and North East Somerset £417,931
Bournemouth £349,312
Bristol £342,924
Cornwall £10,758,008
Devon £6,985,437
Dorset £5,874,311
Gloucestershire £3,308,360
Isles of Scilly £80,827
North Somerset £395,350
Plymouth £1,573,772
Poole £255,311
Somerset £12,335,841
South Gloucestershire £479,062
Swindon £250,459
Torbay £336,225
Wiltshire £3,010,025
WEST MIDLANDS £14,389,334
Coventry £362,105
Dudley £318,757
Herefordshire £3,538,803
Sandwell £302,501
Shropshire £1,783,118
Solihull £723,664
Staffordshire £2,131,285
Stoke-on-Trent £261,821
Telford and The Wrekin £333,278
Walsall £251,947
Warwickshire £1,969,251
Wolverhampton £231,973
Worcestershire £2,180,831
YORKSHIRE AND HUMBER £10,356,018
Barnsley £606,045
Bradford £575,187
Calderdale £380,034
Doncaster £521,974
East Riding of Yorkshire £1,302,654
Kingston upon Hull £204,375
Kirklees £606,663
Leeds £949,426
North East Lincolnshire £213,863
North Lincolnshire £646,518
North Yorkshire £3,223,589
Rotherham £392,016
Wakefield £487,955
York £245,719

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