<img alt = "" aria-hidden = "true" class = "i-amphtml-intrinsic-sizer" function = "presentation" src = "information: picture / svg + xml; charset = utf-Eight,"/>Dumfries and Galloway council has seen many initiatives delayed by Covid-19
Members have been requested to advocate to the Finance, Procurement and Transformation Committee that over £ 1.4million be carried over to subsequent 12 months, with the majority of it not spent on as a result of suspension of labor on account of Covid-19.
Numerous works together with pavement resurfacing, reinforcement, footpaths and drainage have all fallen sufferer to the pandemic, however members have been assured that they are going to be postponed till the following fiscal 12 months.
The report additionally supplied an replace on extra parking area at Lockerbie Station and efforts to make the A716 safer throughout coastal flooding.
One other key a part of the report targeted on the brand new path beneath development from the foot to the highest of Criffel which has been used properly in latest months, with many individuals making it to the hill in the course of the lockdown, the trail on the finish of the brand new abbey is to be accomplished by the tip of June.
Different key initiatives talked about within the report embody lively journey plans within the space, site visitors calming initiatives, and works on ports, marinas and bridges.
The Chairman of the Committee, Councilor Andy Ferguson, stated: “This can be a very complete report that covers essential areas of labor undertaken by the Board.
“It’s useful for our residents and members to see when initiatives which have been delayed are scheduled for the following fiscal 12 months.