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Blind Corner, Doveridge (Removal)

Volume 466: debated on Monday 27 June 1949

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asked the Minister of Transport how many men have been employed for how many weeks on the removal of the blind corner on the turnpike road in Doveridge; and what has been the total cost and the cost of the timber fencing erected.

Five men were employed for 17 weeks on this work. The total cost, including the land acquired for the improvement and the fencing, was£1,210. The fencing cost£108.