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Barnet Vale councillor praises pothole action

Richard Barnes welcomed the council’s action on the Great North Road

A ground level image of a pothole
A pothole in Barnet

A Barnet Vale councillor has welcomed confirmation that the Great North Road will see investment to fix potholes. 

Barnet Labour says the council is spending more than £700,000 to improve almost 1 kilometre of the road. 

Barnet Vale Councillor Richard Barnes said: “Barnet’s Labour Council is investing £97 million over the next five years improving our streets. It’s great they are starting with the Great North Road which so important for residents.”


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