Urgent road repairs to the surface of Wellfield Avenue (N10) are to be carried out within the next seven days, following a request from local Lib Dem councillor Matt Davies (Fortis Green ward).
Walking along Wellfield Avenue recently, Cllr Davies noticed numerous cracks and small potholes which made the surface very uneven, especially likely to cause problems for cyclists. He asked Haringey Council to address the poor quality of the surface of this road and has now been told that repairs will be made to the worst potholes immediately.
Following Cllr Davies’ request and a subsequent road inspection, Wellfield Avenue is also being recommended for inclusion in the programme of road resurfacing for the next financial year.
Cllr Matt Davies comments:
“I am happy that the Council has dealt with my request swiftly and will carry out urgent repairs to the road surface this week. This will doubtless please residents and is a necessary first step to improving the quality of the road.
“Hopefully motorists and cyclists alike will find the repairs helpful in having a smooth journey and I am glad that Wellfield Avenue has now been recommended for full resurfacing in the next financial year.”