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LED street light roll out continues in Gloucestershire

31/08/2016

Gloucestershire County Council is continuing its roll out of LED street lighting with the upgrade set to save the local authority £17 million over the next 12 years.

DfT helps fund roundabout upgrade in Gloucester

28/07/2016

A major upgrade to a busy roundabout in Gloucester has been given the go ahead, with the Department for Transport (DfT) putting £9 million towards the scheme.

Skanska upgrading street lights in Gloucestershire

06/04/2016

Skanska has officially taken over the general maintenance of Gloucestershire County Council’s entire street lighting portfolio.

Street lighting upgrade for Gloucestershire

17/08/2015

Skanska will upgrade almost 55,000 standard street lanterns to LEDs after being awarded a 12-year contract by Gloucestershire County Council.

Gloucestershire roads in line for £35m worth of improvements

08/06/2015

Highways England is investing more than £35 million in Gloucestershire’s strategic roads over the next year.

Lighting software helps Gloucestershire Council

23/09/2014

Gloucestershire County Council is using software from Yotta to help with the management of its street lighting.

Amey to start running highways services in Gloucestershire

28/03/2014

Amey will start providing highways services for Gloucestershire County Council from 1 April 2014.

Amey wins Gloucestershire contract

09/12/2013

Amey will deliver highways services across Gloucestershire after being awarded a contract that could be worth up to £450 million.  

Four in running for £450m highways contract

24/06/2013

Four bidders are in the running for a £450 million highways contract with Gloucestershire County Council.

Councillors to get cash for highways repairs

19/10/2012

Every county councillor could be given £10,000 to spend on local highways projects under plans being drawn-up by Gloucestershire County Council.

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