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Volume 450: debated on Monday 23 October 2006

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport why resurfacing of concrete sections is not being undertaken during the repairs to the M25 between Leatherhead and Reigate. (95314)

The current repairs to the M25 between Leatherhead and Reigate are to replace defective carriageway around drains and manholes at isolated locations.

Generally the concrete carriageway on this stretch of the M25 is in good condition and will not require resurfacing for maintenance needs within the period of the Highways Agency’s current five year forward programme. However when it does need to be resurfaced a quieter surfacing will be used as a matter of course.