The City Council is committed to improving the condition of local roads and footways within neighbourhoods in Nottingham.
Area Capital Fund (2018 to 2019)
The City Council continues to invest in improving local areas with local communities across Nottingham. The Area Capital Fund is an area based budget and schemes are determined by ward Councillors at Area Committee meetings.
Maintenance Programme 2018 to 2019
In October 2018, the Council will embark on a 3 week maintenance programme. On selected streets the existing road surface will receive, a carriageway overlay treatment.
Pothole Action Fund (2018 to 19)
In March 2018, it was confirmed that Nottingham will receive an additional £242,057 to cover additional maintenance works over the coming year due to the winter weather experienced in the previous winter. Further details regarding funding and the schemes using this funding will be published on this webpage.
In January 2017, the Department for Transport announced further funding for repairing potholes. This was provided to local authorities on a funding formula based on road length. Nottingham City Council was provided £174,000 for 2017/18 through this fund.
Maintenance Incentive Fund (2018 to 2019)
This separate funding stream is aimed to improve local authority maintenance efficiency, with an increasing proportion of maintenance funding allocated through this process. In April 2016, the Department for Transport announced the allocations of funding through the maintenance incentive fund for each local authority. These allocations are based on a self-assessment questionnaire that the local authority provides each year.
For 2018 to 19, Nottingham City Council is scored as a band two authority. The allocation will be used alongside the core maintenance funding.
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