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ALARM 2021: Slow progress as industry bangs the five year drum

The estimated one-time cost to get local roads in England and Wales back into a ‘reasonable, steady state’ is £10.24bn, according to this year’s ALARM survey – the popular benchmark for the upkeep of council networks.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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