Big programme of highway resurfacing works announced for Dringhouses and Woodthorpe area

The York Council has announced which roads and footpaths will be resurfaced this year. The programme is the biggest for several years with, in total, £8,091,500 is due to be invested.

This represents an increase of 27% over the previous years budget

Around 100 individual roads are listed for resurfacing.

In the Dringhouses area, the programme includes £1/4 million for work on the following roads and footpaths

Bracken Road Carriageway Dringhouses £81,000
Middlethorpe Grove Carriageway Dringhouses £137,000
Little Hob Moor Cycle path Dringhouses £1,750
Acomb Wood Close Footpath Dringhouses £4,000
Alness Drive Footpath Dringhouses £27,000
Ashbourne Way Footpath Dringhouses £5,000
Deveron Way Footpath Dringhouses £14,000
North Lane Footpath Dringhouses £7,000
Old Moor Lane Footpath Dringhouses £7,120

The full list of streets which will receive attention can be viewed by clicking here

More roads and paths to be resurfaced in Dringhouses/Woodthorpe following LibDem petition

The York Council has finally published the list of streets that will be repaired from its supplementary funding programme this year.

There will be more investment in the Dringhouses and Woodthorpe Ward.

A petition was presented to the last Council meeting by Ann Reid asking for several roads to be resurfaced.

The programme restores investment to the level that was being achieved by the Liberal Democrat led Council in 2011.

Streets in the Dringhouses and Woodthorpe ward which will receive attention this year are:

  • Leeside (part) £19,300 Footpath
  • Lerecroft £31,000 Footpath
  • Windermere £10,200 Footpath
  • North Lane (part) £54,500 Road
  • Nelsons Lane £23,000 Road
  • Chalfonts £12,000 Road
  • Highmoor Close £16,200 Footpath
  • Wains Road (part) £36,200 Footpath
  • Middlethorpe Drive (part) £40,800 Footpath

The only highway scheduled to be repaired from the core budget in the ward – published in December – was part of the carriageway on Moor Lane.

Click here to download the complete supplementary list

The list should be read in conjunction with the base programme of works which was published in December.