National Pothole Day: Redbridge Council repairs 10,000 potholes in the last year

Redbridge Council have repaired 10,000 potholes in the last year and are committing £10 million to road resurfacing till 2026.

And they have spent £250,000 fixing potholes since last April.

So, London Live reporter Henry Thomas-Aldridge went down to the borough to find out more about the issue effecting motorists every day on National Pothole Day and speak to the Deputy Leader of Redbridge Council, Cllr Kam Rai to see if they’ve fixed the issue.


Henry Thomas-Aldridge 15th January 2024

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