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Work scheduled on Great North Road

High Barnet councillor Emma Whysall says the road “needs attention”

A1000 Great North Road at Hadley Green
Christine Matthews / A1000 (Old Great North Road) at Hadley Green, Hertfordshire / CC BY-SA 2.0

Work to repair the A1000 – the Great North Road – adjacent to Hadley Green has been scheduled to begin this week. The work will be carried out at night.

High Barnet ward councillor Emma Whysall welcomed the news. The Labour councillor said: “The road by Hadley Green needs attention, and it is getting it because of Labour’s five-year £97 million plan for Barnet’s highways and footways. It’s great to see the roads improving after years of Conservative neglect.”


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