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Norfolk County Council informs contractors of £600m of highways work



Norfolk County Council is looking for contractors to register their interest in highways work worth £600m.


The infrastructure and highways work and maintenance contract are forecasted to be worth £500 million for a 12-year period. And the professional services contract will be worth an additional £100 million. The traffic signal deal will have the value of roughly £12 million.


A prior information notice published by the local authority says the work will include strategies to improve roads as well as road marking, grass cutting, maintenance of highways, bridge works and drainage. Other services include flood defence works, facilities for waste and buildings relating to bus interchanges.


The services covered by the contract include strategies to improve roads as well as road marking, grass cutting, maintenance of highways, bridge works and drainage, as well as highway design, environmental assessments, carbon assessments, archaeology and heritage, transport planning, planning, intelligent transport services, bridges and structures.


Graham Bygrave, interim executive director of community and environmental services at Norfolk County Council, said: “We are keen to enter into refreshed contractual arrangements that maintain our collaborative approach, deliver best value and minimise disruption to the public.”


Prospective bidders are invited by the council to express their interest and partake in one-on-one meetings.


The council is aiming to publish the first notice for the contract in December with the contract due to start in April 2026.

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