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Funding / Financing, Road building, Southeast England

Kent offers cash for HA road upgrade

Kent County Council is waiting to hear if ministers will approve the council’s latest proposal to accelerate a lower-cost A21 Tonbridge-Pembury dualling scheme. The Highways Agency’s original estimate was that the scheme would cost £120m but John Burr, Kent’s director of highways and transportation, told councillors this week that joint working between Kent and the HA had driven the cost down to £88m. Kent, however, believes the cost can be reduced further, to...

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