First Annual Highways Performance Report released

Report looks back at 2014/15 in an easy-to-read format.


The first annual West Sussex Highways Performance Report is available for the public.

West Sussex County Council and highways maintenance partner Balfour Beatty have produced it.

It looks back at the 2014/15 year in an easy-to-read format.

It is the first of its kind produced in West Sussex and details the diverse work carried out on the highway.

Topics include:

  • Major road repair projects;
  • Pothole repairs;
  • Bridge repairs;
  • Changes to customer service;
  • Staff training; and
  • Community initiatives.

The report will become an annual publication at the end of each financial year.

West Sussex Highways intend to publish the 2015/16 report later this year.

County Council Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport, John O'Brien, said: "We want to be open and honest with our customers about how we perform, and what we’re achieving.

"Anyone can read this report, regardless of their knowledge of construction and engineering.

"Every year we will show what work we've done in a clear document for all to see."

Balfour Beatty Living Places' Contract Director, Steve Phillips, said: "Our industry can seem closed, with lots of technical terms and jargon.

"The Annual Performance Report is a big step towards opening up the service, cutting through the language and shining a light onto the great work that the highways team deliver for our customers.

"We want to use the report to get closer to our customers and the community and to get young people thinking about the careers this industry offers."

The report is available here.

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Last updated:
6 February 2018

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