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Utility companies face financial penalties for poor road works

Mark Moran
13 May 2022
 

The government plans to penalise companies who leave potholes on roads after carrying out street works. It is hoped the new approach will help telecoms operators roll out broadband nationwide and ease congestion by mandating live updates on roadworks are improved.

A new performance-based inspections regime will be introduced, where the worst performing utility companies whose road works fail to meet strict standards will face financial penalties. These companies will go on to be inspected more...

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