Alex Easton MLA has reacted with delight at the news from a Northern Ireland Assembly question which confirmed that the Cotton is to have its roads resurfaced.
Speaking today Alex Easton MLA said:
“This is fantastic news for the residents of the Cotton who have had to endure substandard roads for years with patches and pot holes which have made the area look very poor. I am delighted that my constant lobbying for the roads to be resurfaced at Bailie Park, Bailie Terrace, and Bailie Gardens for the residents has finally paid off. I understand from further discussions with Transport NI the work will start over the summer months. I look forward to seeing the work being started and for the finished article being completed.”
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 07 July 2016 10:17 To: Easton, Alex <email@example.com> Subject: Written Answer AQW 1429/16-21 – Resurfacing in Cotton Estate, Bangor
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure whether Bailie Park, Bailie Terrace, and Bailie Gardens in the Cotton estate in Bangor will be resurfaced. I am pleased to advise the Member that Bailie Park, Bailie Terrace and Bailie Gardens have been included in the resurfacing programme for 2016/17.