Carry out a public enquiry on Worcestershire Highways spending and planning
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Worcestershire Highways have, over the course of the last few years spent millions of pounds on projects which have seen dangerous "road improvements", including at the Ketch, Middle Hollow Drive and Tolladine Road as well as Woodgreen Drive and Berkley Way. On top of this they have sanctioned surface dressing work on estate roads that even the contractor advised against according to a site supervisor, resulting in ruined block work, including blocks being removed and not replaced, e.g. Burdett Place/Cobden Avenue junction, wet tar patches all over the roads and grassy areas covered in tar and chippings, e.g. Dugdale Drive. It has now got to the stage where one has to question the rationale being used by those authorising the work. Therefore we the tax paying residents of Worcester ask for a full public enquiry into who is making these decisions, on what basis and whether it is done in the best interests of the tax payers, residents and road users of Worcester
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