Njug worried by streetworks costs

May 2011
Utility Week;5/13/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 18, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the concern expressed by the National Joint Utilities Group (Njug) over the implementation and costs of the proposed lane rental scheme in London, England.


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