‘Much needed’ Larne resurfacing scheme welcomed

The Department for Infrastructure’s announcement that a £286,000 resurfacing scheme is set to commence in Larne has been welcomed.

Earlier this week the Times reported that the programme of works for Waterfall Road, Larne is due to commence on Monday, February 1.

The 2.4km scheme extends from Carrickfergus Road to Tureagh Road and is expected to be completed by Friday, March 5.

For more information about the scheme and details of the diversionary route, read here

The road will be closed from February 1..

The Department’s announcement has been welcomed by East Antrim Ulster Unionist MLA Roy Beggs.

In a statement issued to this newspaper, Mr Beggs said: “I welcome news that £286k is to be invested in the Waterfall Road, Larne through a much needed resurfacing scheme.

“I have been in repeated contact with DfI Roads for years to flag up some substantial potholes on this road which required regular repair, so a resurfacing scheme is warranted and will be welcomed by local residents.”

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Roy Beggs MLA.

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