Havering Council has listed several roads that could be resurfaced in the coming months.

The council’s highway service, according to its website, has a selection process to prioritise resurfacing schemes and make “best use of funds”.

The roads being considered for resurfacing by the council in 2024-25 include Hacton Lane, Station Lane, Birch Crescent and Suttons Lane in Hornchurch; New Hall Drive in Harold Wood; Keats Avenue and Hilldene Avenue in Harold Hill and Front Lane in Cranham.

The estimated spend on resurfacing in 2024-25 totals around £64,000.

The council chooses locations that are maintained by it and says bulk ordering materials offers better value for money so it checks that the potential scheme would be longer than 100 metres.

Its highways service uses technical information to assess which pavements and roads could benefit from the resurfacing scheme, and specialists give condition scores for the entire length of pavements and roads.

These scores, the council says, are then put in the order of worst to best to determine a priority.

The council also had several roads that were scheduled for works in 2023-24.

A full list of the roads scheduled for resurfacing can be found at: https://www.havering.gov.uk/download/downloads/id/6318/road_resurfacing_programme.pdf