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Three Stortford and one Sawbridgeworth street set for resurfacing in July

Road signs, Bishops Stortford.Roadworks. .Pic: Vikki Lince. (13316027)
Road signs, Bishops Stortford.Roadworks. .Pic: Vikki Lince. (13316027)

Streets in Bishop’s Stortford and Sawbridgeworth are set to be resurfaced in July as part of a £37m project to upgrade local roads.

Herts County Council’s highways department is working its way across the districts as part of a five-year project set to end in 2023.

The Stortford streets set for an upgrade are Norman Avenue, off Villiers-sur-Marne Avenue in Thorley Park, and its two closes, Earls Close and Herald Close, while Gilders in Sawbridgeworth will also be improved.

For roads that are in a poor condition, the council contractors will scrape up the old surface and lay a new one in its place. For those that are in a better condition, they might lay a thin new surface on top of the existing one.

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