Local pinch point fund

The fund reflects the government’s commitment to supporting economic growth by tackling barriers on the local highway network that may be restricting the movement of goods and people.

In Autumn 2012 the government announced the creation of a Local Pinch Point Fund worth £170 million to remove bottlenecks on the local highway network which are impeding growth.

The fund is aimed at those schemes that can be delivered quickly with immediate impact.

The West of England authorities are putting bids into the fund that will assist local economic growth and help tackle congestion.

Documents

Bath & North East Somerset Council

Radstock Town Centre Infrastructure Download pdf

North Somerset Council

A370 and B3440 Eastbound Capacity Improvements Download pdf A370 and B3440 Monitoring and Evaluation Baseline Download pdf Yanley Viaduct Structural Refurbishment Download pdf

South Gloucestershire Council

M5 Junctions 16 and 17 Local Road Improvements Download pdf Aztec West Roundabout Enhancements Download pdf