Havering Council launched their new programme of works at an event in The Mount, Noak Hill Road, Romford, yesterday (20 May 2019).
The council is investing £40m to resurface and repave the borough’s worst roads and pavements. Over the next four years, Marlborough Highways will work with Havering Council, making residents journeys better.
The leader of the Council, Cllr White said: “We are investing in a programme of works where residents will be able to enjoy the results, making it easier and smoother for them to get around the borough, see the pavements outside of their homes looking smart and safe to walk on and making them prouder of where they live.”
Marlborough is delighted to have been awarded this 4-year Contract with Havering Council, with the possibility of a 2-year extension, and is looking forward to working together with them. As part of the Contract, Marlborough has committed to Havering Council’s social values, employing local people and investing in local apprenticeships.