Scheme to fill in pothole problems
3:42pm Saturday 15th February 2014 in News
A VALE council road project is set to return to the county with residents who have had their fill urged to nominate problem areas.
Main routes across the Vale will undergo additional road repairs under the Big Fill banner.
The road repair project was established to tackle the potholes problem in the area.
Vale Council cabinet member for the environment and visible services, Cllr Rob Curtis said: “The winter weather is again taking its toll on our roads, so the Big Fill team are now tackling potholes on our principal roads and interconnecting roads during the weekends. This work is in addition to the normal highway maintenance repair work.”
He said in Spring residents would be asked to nominate potholes in their area to be filled, but potholes could be reported any time.
Visit www.valeofglamorgan.gov.uk or call the contact centre on 01446 700111.