IMPROVEMENTS proposed by Cheshire West and Chester Council in Huxley are aimed at improving a stretch of road that has prompted complaints.
A scheme which would cost an estimated £40,000 has been drawn up for a 464m length of Huxley Lane from Sunnyside Farm House towards Bates Mill Lane.
Engineers revealed there has been a complete failure of the side of the road and complaints have been received from councillors.
The work will include repairs, kerbing and resurfacing the carriageway.
On Red Lane, it is proposed to patch a 1.3km length of the road from the railway bridge to Long Lane prior to surface dressing at a cost of £46,300.
Engineers say problems on this stretch include potholes.
Work costing £39,500 is proposed on a 402m length of Huxley Lane from Hoofield Lane to Briarcroft.
Engineers pointed out that the road has deteriorated and revealed there have been complaints from the public.
Repairs are to be carried out to the edges of the road, kerbs are to be installed and the carriageway resurfaced.
The improvements are due to take place during 2009/10, according to a report received by the borough council’s highways and transportation committee.