Alastair Majury on ROADS MODERNISATION & INVESTMENT PROGRAMME 2019/20 for Dunblane & Bridge of Allan (£640,385)

Braeport is one of the roads to see substantive repairs

As part of the Environment & Housing Committee I was pleased to approve the ROADS MODERNISATION & INVESTMENT PROGRAMME 2019/20, which includes many but not all of the roads that I have been pushing Stirling Council do proper repairs on and not just patching potholes. A total of £640,385 will be spent improving roads and footways that are local to the Dunblane and Bridge of Allan area.

The roads & footways that will see improvements locally are:

Dunblane

‘B’ Class Roads

B8033 Marks and Spencer entrance Moderate Inlay £16,851

B8033 South Bound through right hand turn lane Moderate Overlay £90,755

‘C’ Class Roads

C86 Linns Road to Glen Road, Sheriffmuir Moderate Overlay £146,315

Streets

Braeport, Dunblane Moderate Inlay £34,250

Footways and Footpaths (not the roads just the pavements/footways)

Wallace Road, Dunblane £20,000

George Street, Dunblane £20,000

Dunblane Total: £328,171

Bridge of Allan

A Roads

A9 @ Wallace High School to Uni Patching Thin Inlay £28,556

‘Unclassified’ Roads

Sheriffmuir Road Thin Inlay £106,416

Lecropt Old Keir Thin Inlay £35,472

Lecropt Netherton Thin Inlay £66,214

Total Value ‘Unclassified’ Roads £208,102

Streets

Mine Road, Bridge of Allan Thin Inlay £28,556

Footways and Footpaths (not the roads just the pavements/footways)

Kennilworth Road, Bridge of Allan £29,000

Mine Road, Bridge of Allan £18,000

Bridge of Allan Total: £312,214

Overall Total: £640,385

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I am a Chartered Member of CISI, which is the UK’s leading securities and investment professional body. Alastair Majury resides locally in Dunblane.

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Alastair Majury

Alastair Majury

I am a Chartered Member of CISI, which is the UK’s leading securities and investment professional body. Alastair Majury resides locally in Dunblane.

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