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Transport spending in the budget

08/03/2017

Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced a major local funding boost to tackle congestion in his first Budget, with a £690m competitive fund for English councils to "get local networks moving".

Welsh infrastructure investment plans unveiled

14/12/2016

Economy and Infrastructure Secretary Ken Skates will outline plans for multi-billion pound Welsh Government infrastructure investment over the next five years including major improvements to the M4, A55, A40 and A494.

56,000 construction professionals needed by 2020

01/12/2016

More than 50,000 construction professionals, including 15,000 in the roads sector, are needed to deliver key infrastructure projects.  

Mayor sets out plans to tackle London’s road congestion

22/11/2016

The Mayor of London has vowed to tackle the capital’s road congestion through a series of measures.

Report identifies most improved and high risk roads

14/11/2016

Britain’s most improved and high risk roads have been identified in a report carried out by the Road Safety Foundation.

£50m to be spent on improving Colchester’s roads

25/05/2016

Essex County Council is investing £50 million on improving Colchester’s infrastructure – including road, cycle and bus schemes.  

Ambitious transport strategy for Lancashire is launched

04/02/2016

A new transport strategy published by the Lancashire Enterprise Partnership (LEP) outlines how major investments in rail and road initiatives could create 15,000 new jobs and generate £685 million in new economic growth.

A-one+ rolls out new winter technology

23/11/2015

Highways contractor A-one+ will help keep the North East moving this winter after investing in new technology that will make gritting the roads safer and more effective.

Strangest motorway spillages revealed

12/11/2015

Highways England has revealed the strangest items ever spilled on its roads – from powdered cement to 6,000 chickens.

£8m to be spent on Manchester’s roads

31/07/2015

More than £8 million will be spent on improving Manchester’s busiest roads over the next three years.

FTA: Make roads a top priority

21/05/2015

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has called on the government to make investment in roads a top priority.

Labour pledges to invest in roads

13/04/2015

Labour will support long-term investment in strategic roads, address the neglect of local roads and promote cycling if it wins the General Election.

Worcestershire makes bids for extra highways funding

11/03/2015

Worcestershire County Council has submitted two bids that could result in almost £20 million of improvements to the county’s roads and street lighting.

Union Jack to highlight public spending

03/03/2015

Publicly-funded infrastructure projects, including roads, will be branded with a Union Jack plaque to recognise taxpayers' key contribution in funding vital projects.

OS research shows roads would cover area the size of Lancashire

08/12/2014

If all the roads and motorways in Great Britain were grouped together into one landmass, there would be more than enough to cover an area the size of Lancashire. That’s according to research carried out by Ordnance Survey’s consultancy and technical services team.

Public unhappy with condition of UK roads

25/09/2014

Public satisfaction with the condition of UK roads is at an all time low, according to a report carried out by the Government’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

Roads to be improved thanks to Local Growth Deals

07/07/2014

Dozens of roads projects will get off the ground after the government agreed a series of growth deals with businesses and local authorities across England.

Highway authorities invited to complete innovation survey

19/06/2014

PA Consulting Group is running a survey that is designed to help organisations in the roads sector understand their innovation capability.

£15.4m to improve transport across Wales

13/05/2014

Transport Minister Edwina Hart has announced £15.4 million funding for 41 capital projects across Wales to improve public transport, roads and walking and cycling facilities.

Highways jobs

Commercial Vehicle Technician

Chelmsford City Council
£30,000 per annum
We are seeking a fully trained HGV technician to work as part of the team who maintain the Council's fleet to the highest standards.  Chelmsford, Essex
Recruiter: Chelmsford City Council

Environmental Protection Officer x2

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
£24,313 - £28,785 per annum
You will also be required to undertake a basic DBS check if successful. Sandwell, West Midlands
Recruiter: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Head of Operations

Rossendale Borough Council
£49,408 - £52,899
Our Operations Service is the largest single service at Rossendale Council and one of the most important. Rossendale, Lancashire
Recruiter: Rossendale Borough Council

Business Support Officer - Environmental Health - up to 2 jobs

Kirklees Metropolitan Council
£18,795 - £19,171
You will be part of a small team providing business and administrative support in the Environmental Service which is made up of... Kirklees, West Yorkshire
Recruiter: Kirklees Metropolitan Council

Civil Enforcement Officer

Northumberland County Council
£21,589 - £23,836
Civil Enforcement Officers required for Berwick, Morpeth, Blyth and Hexham areas. Berwick, Morpeth, Blyth and Hexham areas
Recruiter: Northumberland County Council

Chief Executive

Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council
Package to £149k
Seeking applications from impressive, broadspectrum leaders, with a close and agile understanding of the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. Basingstoke, Hampshire
Recruiter: Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council

Director, Place & Environment

Walsall Council
Up to £81,647 - £94,208 + benefits
Put your all into Walsall Walsall, West Midlands
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Development Management Engineer

Warwickshire County Council
£37,849 - £39,782 per annum
The successful applicant for this post will be capable of taking the lead on work within... Warwick, Warwickshire
Recruiter: Warwickshire County Council

Apprentice Gas Heating Engineer

City of York Council
£12,443.89 per annum
You will work within the Heating Team (Building Services) and with other teams to deliver a Heating Repairs Service to the residents of York. York, North Yorkshire
Recruiter: City of York Council

Chair of the Board of Directors - Norwich City Services

Norwich City Council
£10,000 per annum
Join Norwich City Services Ltd and transform the way we look after our city and our people. Norwich, Norfolk
Recruiter: Norwich City Council

2x Environmental Health Officer

Dacorum Borough Council
Up to £42,336
We are seeking to appoint two qualified Environmental Health Officers to work within our Environmental Health Team Dacorum, Hertfordshire
Recruiter: Dacorum Borough Council

Country Parks Trading Officer

Northumberland County Council
£21,589 - £23,836
Countryside Parks Trading Officer Country Parks including Druridge Bay
Recruiter: Northumberland County Council

Support Office (Back Office Systems)

North West Leicestershire District Council
Band E, £25,295- £28,785
An opportunity to develop and manage back office systems for Environmental Protection, Development Control, Environmental Health and Building Control. Coalville, Leicestershire
Recruiter: North West Leicestershire District Council

Head of Environmental Services

City of York Council
Grade 12 Level 1- 4 £49,275 to £59,079 (basic pay plus a supplement up to £59,079)
Want to Live and Work in the Best City? York, North Yorkshire
Recruiter: City of York Council

Operational Manager - 2 Jobs

Kirklees Metropolitan Council
£48,172 - £49,047
This role is based within The Environment Service within the Directorate of Economy and Infrastructure. Kirklees, West Yorkshire
Recruiter: Kirklees Metropolitan Council

Relief Minibus Driver

North Yorkshire County Council
£17,711
We are looking for a caring, flexible and committed person to help us provide this transport. Harrogate, North Yorkshire
Recruiter: North Yorkshire County Council

Principal Transport Officer (Policy)

St. Helens Metropolitan Borough Council
£38,813 To £40,760 per annum
This is an exciting opportunity for an energetic and motivated individual to drive forward transport policy to... St Helens, Merseyside
Recruiter: St. Helens Metropolitan Borough Council

Traffic Management Leader

City of York Council
£35,500 to £40,710 per annum
City of York Council have an exciting opportunity for an experienced transport professional to lead our Traffic Team. York, North Yorkshire
Recruiter: City of York Council

Traffic Project Officer

City of York Council
£26,875 to £29,783 per annum
City of York Council have a great opportunity for a Projects Officer to join our busy Traffic Team. York, North Yorkshire
Recruiter: City of York Council

Senior Environmental Health Officer

Royal Borough of Greenwich
£39.774 - £42.684
The successful candidate needs to have the professionalism, skills and abilities to... Greenwich, London (Greater)
Recruiter: Royal Borough of Greenwich

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