THE list of roads and footpaths set to get repair works in the coming year has been published by City of York Council.

Resurfacing work is set to take place on parts of the following roads:

  • North Lane, Huntington
  • Water Lane, Clifton
  • Brecks Lane, Strensall
  • Link Road, New Earswick
  • Gale Lane (north end)
  • Thanet Road and West Thorpe, Dringhouses and Westfield
  • Foxwood Lane
  • Scarcroft Road
  • Cemetery Road
  • Wheldrake Lane
  • Elvington Lane, from Riverside Gardens to the bridge over the river
  • Osbaldwick Village
  • Marygate, Guildhall
  • Grange Street, Fishergate
  • Towthorpe Moor Lane from Strensall Road to waste site
  • A1079, Hull Road, Dual Carriageway Section
  • Holtby Lane

Patching repairs are scheduled to take place in the following roads

  • Kestrel Wood Way, Huntington and New Earswick
  • Pennine Close, Huntington and New Earswick
  • Eastholme Drive, Rawcliffe and Clifton Without
  • Hambleton Terrace next to Haxby Road
  • Highcliffe Court Clifton
  • Bradley Lane Rural West
  • Main Street, Copmanthorpe
  • Askham Lane approach to A1237
  • Atterwith Lane, Hessay
  • The Green, Acomb
  • Greengales Lane, Wheldrake
  • Straylands Grove (concrete bays), Heworth Without
  • St Oswalds Road, Fulford
  • Elvington Lane, Clockhouse Bend
  • Lendal, city centre

Footpath repairs are due to take place on parts of the following streets

- Southdown Road, Huntington

- Forestgate, Haxby and Wigginton

- Footpath at rear of Jasmine Close, New Earswick

- Auster Road, Clifton Moor

- Burton Stone Lane, Clifton Footway

- St Nicholas Crescent, Copmanthorpe

- Beckfield Lane, Acomb

- Hamilton Drive, Holgate

- Greengales Lane, Wheldrake

- High Oaks, Heworth

- Hyrst Grove, Heworth

- Melbourne Street, Fishergate

- Lendal, Judges Lodgings side

- Coppergate

- Blake Street

The annual maintenance programme also includes large patch repairs to roads, fixing gullies, maintaining the city walls, mending street lights and servicing traffic signals.

Cllr Andy D'Agorne said: “We understand the vital importance of maintaining our transport network as a key action to build a city where travel is safe and convenient for all whether they are driving, cycling scooting or walking and where businesses can benefit from great connectivity.

"I look forward to seeing the positive impact of this next wave of important investment.

“Our programmes for 2021/22 will ensure road conditions are maintained and improved to support local residents and businesses. As we move out of national restrictions, we will be investing over £20 million highways budget, which was approved at the budget council.”

Cllr Paula Widdowson added: “The impact of climate change is evident in our city with worsening winters and more frequent flooding.

"It is our role as a local authority to be ahead of the curve and proactively address these challenges in our city, with the support and hard work of our brilliant frontline teams."

“Despite the challenges presented by the pandemic and flooding incidents over the last year, our crews worked hard to ensure that services across the city such as gritting and pothole repairs continued. I would like to put on record the city’s thanks.”