Resurfacing roadworks are streets apart

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Roads and paths across the Lancaster district are due to be resurfaced as part of a huge programme of works by Lancashire County Council.

Between April and June, resurfacing work will take place on Lancaster Road between Caton and the M6, Melling Road in Melling, Quernmore Road in Caton, Slyne Road at Hest Bank, Westbourne Road and Locka Lane, and Park House Road in Lancaster, Mill Lane in Bolton-le-Sands, Greenacre Road in Morecambe, Lancaster Road in Heaton-with-Oxcliffe and the Docker Village area.

Pavements will also be resurfaced in Newton.

Road strengthening work will take place in Aldrens Lane, Skerton, between July and September, as will surfacing work in Coastal Road , Thornton Road and Oxcliffe Road, Morecambe, Main Street in Hornby, Bentham Road at Wennington.

Between October and December, the whole length of Hest Bank Road and Mardale Avenue will be resurfaced, along with the pavement in Royal Road.

As part of a programme of works in the city centre, the stretch of Penny Street between Cheapside and Brock Street will be repaved between January and March 2014.

Flooding and drainage issues are also due to be dealt with in the early part of 2014, including in Carnforth, underneath the motorway bridge at Halton, Bottomdale Road at Slyne, Pilling Road in Cockerham, Fleet Lane in Gressingham, the Old Post Office in Dolphinholme, and at properties in Bailrigg Lane, Lancaster.