§ Sir Cranley Onslow
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport when he expects to receive the report the Highways Agency on the options for increasing the capacity of the M25 between junctions 10 and 12.
§ Sir George Gardiner
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what is the estimated time before the brushed concrete surface between junctions 8 and 10 of the M25 is in need of major maintenance or replacement.100W
§ Mr. Watts
[holding answer 21 July 1994]This question relates to operational matters of the Highways Agency. I have asked the chief executive to write to my hon. Friend.
Letter from Lawrie Haynes to Sir George Gardiner, dated 17 October 1994:The Minister for Railways and Roads, Mr. John Watts, has asked me to write to you in reply to your Parliamentary Question about the estimated time before the brushed concrete surface between Junctions 8 and 10 of the M25 is in need of major maintenance or of replacement.The existing concrete surface is in good condition. We do not expect it to require resurfacing for at least 10 years or strengthening for at least 20 years.