Lib Dem success – Hyde Lane is made safe as road is resurfaced

Jeremy Hilton celebrates the resurfacing of Hyde Lane with Kingsholm resident Sue Tomlins

It has taken a long time, but at last Hyde Lane has been resurfaced, thanks to the single-minded determination of Lib Dem county councillor, Jeremy Hilton (Kingsholm & Wotton). His persistence has paid off.

The top end of Hyde Lane is currently a private road, but it is also a signposted pedestrian route to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. Following the resurfacing, the road will be adopted by the county council.

Jeremy Hilton said: “I finally secured funding from the county council for the road to be repaired last year. The road was resurfaced the week of 6th March.

“Hyde Lane was full of potholes and unsafe for pedestrians to use. In particular, for elderly or disabled patents using this route to get to a hospital appointment.

“We must remember that besides residents of Kingsholm using this way to get to the hospital, people arriving on the No. 10 or No. 94 bus do so as well.

“I am pleased that after such a long time I finally got the lane resurfaced.”

2 thoughts on “Lib Dem success – Hyde Lane is made safe as road is resurfaced

  1. Ann Bowell says:

    If the county council council repaired it it cannot be a private road does this mean that I can park there. Why hasn’t tartaglia been made to pay for this?

  2. jeremyhilton says:

    Hyde Lane is a signposted pedestrian route to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. The new surface has now made it safe to walk on for people visiting GRH for a medical appointment. The county council will now adopt the section of Hyde Lane that is not a county highway.

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