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Road management / Maintenance, Scotland

Utility firms face repair bills

The Scottish Government is to propose that utility companies contribute to the cost of making good long-term damage to roads their works cause.

The move follows proposals drawn up by Scotland’s Road Works Commissioner in response to a National Roads Maintenance Review recommendation. The Commissioner also ordered research to assess the condition of utility reinstatements in Scotland and what role utilities play in pothole formation.

 Alex Neil, cabinet secretary for infrastructure,...

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