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A water company has been handed a significant fine after being found guilty of seven offences relating to work carried on a road last year.
Somerset County Council’s gritting teams are packing up for the season after travelling the equivalent of nearly two times around the world this winter.
An independent report commissioned by Somerset County Council on a road hit by two landslides in two weeks details the potential for more such incidents.
Two utility firms were fined for not ensuring their work sites on Somerset roads were safe for the general public.
A crucial Somerset County Council bus service which supports residents who don’t have access to a car or public transport has expanded its reach.
Truespeed Communications Ltd has been handed a hefty double fine after being found guilty of two offences earlier this year.
As days become shorter and nights chillier, Somerset County Council’s fleet of 23 gritters is ready to be mobilised as soon as the temperature drops below zero in coming months.
e of the eight roads ripped up by June’s flash floods in the Chard area have now been fully restored by Somerset County Council’s highways team.
gwater’s growing active travel network.
The last remaining touches on a major Traffic Signal Refurbishment scheme in Rowbarton, Taunton, are set to get under way next week.