West Lancashire MP Rosie Cooper has secured commitment from Lancashire County Council for highways improvements on the roundabout at Lulworth in Ashurst.
Concerned residents contacted MP Rosie because the roundabout was in a very poor state and their belief that workers at a nearby housing development were responsible.
After investigation, it was decided that given the lack of clear evidence of a link to any nearby development, LCC will be responsible for any necessary remedial work.
LCC, as the local highways authority, have confirmed to Rosie Cooper MP that they will be installing white marker posts to prevent vehicles from mounting the grass verge at the roundabout on Lulworth, at the rear of Ashurst Primary Care.
West Lancashire MP Rosie Cooper welcomed the commitment:
“I am pleased that following the concerns raised with me by local residents in Ashurst, that this roundabout will have posts installed to prevent cars parking or mounting the roundabout and tearing up the grass.
“Lancashire County Council have also confirmed to me that they will then re-seed the verges and monitor the effectiveness of the new marker posts.
“However, officers have said that they will complete the marker post installation as soon as practical and once the current restrictions are lifted.”