Barbara Keeley MP


Barbara urges Salford Council to fix potholes in Worsley constituency

Barbara has written to Salford Council’s Lead Member for Planning, Councillor Derek Antrobus, to urge him to fix the potholes in roads in Worsley, Boothstown and Ellenbrook, Walkden and Little Hulton.

Barbara’s letter about work needed in Worsley constituency followed reports that Salford Council is set to spend over £3 million improving and maintaining lighting, pedestrian crossings, cycleways and subways at roundabouts near MediaCityUK using a grant from the North West Regional Development Agency. Barbara wants to make sure areas in Worsley constituency also get a fair share of money to improve local roads.

Barbara said:

“I welcome Salford Council’s efforts to improve local roundabouts near MediaCity but there are also many potholes in Worsley constituency that are in need of urgent repair.”

“I have urged Salford Council to put money towards improving the quality of roads throughout Salford, including areas in Worsley constituency. MediaCity is important to us all but I want to make sure people who live in Worsley constituency can also travel safely on local roads that are free from potholes.”


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