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Search continues for Richmond's worst pothole
Nominations are needed for the worst potholes in the borough.
Richmond Council has put aside £490,000 to repair roads and footpaths residents would like to see improved this year.
The annual community road and pavement fund was launched after a survey showed the condition of roads and footpaths was one of people’s top concerns.
The third round of funding opens on November 4 and people can nominate which roads and pavements they feel are in need of extra work.
Councillor Chris Harrison, cabinet member for highways and streetscene, said: “I encourage residents to look at their local area, talk to their neighbours and put together an application to use some of that money.
“The fund is there because you asked for it and it’s getting more popular each time it becomes available, so get your application ready as soon as possible and see your roads repaired.”
In the last round of nominations earlier this year more than 500 residents suggested areas they thought needed improvement.
To nominate a road or footpath complete a form by December 13 at richmond.gov.uk/fund or pick one up at your local library.
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