David Cameron first looked at problems in Victoria Street, Kimberley before joining the meeting.
As you will see from our previous post, £3 million has been allocated to Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council by the Government to start to tackle the pot hole problem. David Cameron assured those at the meeting that the money was ring fenced and that the Councils would have to demonstrate that they had undertaken an agreed amount of work. Everybody welcomed the additional funding and expressed the hope that it was sensibly used to start tackling a Borough wide serious and dangerous problem.
David Cameron encouraged everybody to report potholes and was interested to hear that this could be done through the County Council’s website (Click on this link) or through Love Broxtowe (Click on this link).
Photograph courtesy of Richard MacRae.