These are the roads in Chorley that will be resurfaced in the next year

Lancashire County Council has laid out all of the roads it plans to resurface over the next year.

Thursday, 11th March 2021, 12:30 pm
Almost 90 schemes have been identified in Lancashire

Almost 90 schemes have been identified in Lancashire - amounting to over 100 routes - after the authority’s cabinet approved how it will spend a total of £38.8m in highways maintenance funding.

These are the roads in Chorley that will be resurfaced:

B5247, Station Road, Chorley Rural West - from 17m north of railway bridge wall to the entrance to the railway car park on Station Road

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A6, Bolton Road, Chorley Central - at junction with Pilling Lane
Babylon Lane, Chorley Rural East - from Chorley Long Lane to Bolton Road
A675 Blackburn Old Road, Hoghton with Wheelton - from Gib Lane to just past the war memorial
Mendip Road, Clayton with Whittle - from Pendle Road to house no. 83
Pendle Road and surrounding area, Clayton with Whittle - full lengths of Pendle Road and Lancaster Avenue; Mendip Road, from Pendle Road West to the end, including two small offshoots to the south and two small offshoots from Mendip Road, east of Pendle Road
Moody Lane, Chorley Rural West - from Back Lane East south to the gas valve and pond
Bradshaw Lane and surrounding roads, Chorley Rural West, West Lancashire East - Bradshaw Lane, from Ridley Lane to Moody Lane; Dark Lane, from Hall Lane to Ridley Lane; Moody Lane, from Back Lane to Back Lane East; Back Lane East, from Moody Lane to Ridley Lane; Ridley Lane, from Back Lane East to Dark Lane