Road and Infrastructure Services - Service Purpose Overview

To manage and maintain Argyll and Bute’s roads, bridges and marine infrastructure to enable the safe and convenient movement of people and goods across a geographically diverse area. This is supported by the efficient use of vehicles and plant equipment. The service also maintains the physical appearance of Argyll and Bute by managing open spaces, cemeteries, street cleaning, flood prevention, refuse collection and waste management in line with a changing landscape of legislation and local authority requirements. The service also provides home to school transport, ferry services and also support a number of public transport routes.

Road and Infrastructure Services Service Plan 2020 -2023

Key Information – Road and Infrastructure Services

The annual 2020-21 budget for Road and Infrastructure Services is £31,699,473

Road and Infrastructure Services has a staffing figure for 548 FTE (Full Time Equivalent)

Key Documents

Further information and documents that support the key aims of service delivery for Road and Infrastructure Services can be found by clicking on the following links –

1. Council Annual Report

2. Recycling Information and Figures

3. Roads Capital Programme

4. Street Lighting Information

Annual Performance Reviews

The Annual Performance Review is the mechanism used by the service to review the previous year’s key successes and challenges, the key improvements to meet the challenges are also identified here.

You can view the Annual Performance Review for Road and Infrastructure Services by clicking here.