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  • "All good comments. You are most prob right...it will be useless or redundant by the time its finished...all things point to Milford Haven. Maybe its going to used for off shore gas or whatever they eventually end up doing and thats why they need better transport. but as everyone say why now, whats the rush after all this time.other things are more important to spend money on. Brown envelopes I suspect lol."
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Work begins on £8m Bulford Road upgrades

Work begins on £8m Bulford Road upgrades

Councillor Lewis is pictured with Peter Evans, operations director for Alun Griffiths and Craig Cooley for consultants, Atkins.

Councillor Lewis is pictured with Peter Evans, operations director for Alun Griffiths and Craig Cooley for consultants, Atkins.

First published in News

Work has started on the long-awaiting Bulford Road improvement scheme in Johnston.

The £8 million project – jointly funded by Pembrokeshire County Council and the Welsh Government (WEFO) - upgrades the busy single-track link road between Johnston and Tiers Cross.

It will also reduce the number of heavy lorries driving through Milford town centre.

The first sod was ceremoniously cut on Friday (6th June) by the County Council’s Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Transportation, Councillor Rob Lewis.

He said the upgrade was important for the health of the local economy.

The contractor is Alun Griffiths Limited and work will last around 12 months.

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