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Colin Watson said lights had now been installed in the areas needed.

He said: 'There was a problem there and they were quite right to point it out. We've sorted it out.'

Mr Watson said the trade contractors on site had taken up the problems with the mud with Bovis.

He said: 'The mud in some areas is unreasonable. I think there's a lot of room for improvement.'

English Architectural Glazing and Lester Rose chiefs also confirmed the lighting problems had now been solved.

John Martin Construction's founding director, Martin Lavers, said he would be looking into the issues raised by the prohibition notice.

Roads lobby

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Environment and the Regions source said: 'Mr Raynsford said he would take their concerns on board but he could not give any commitments.'

In a statement to MPs, junior Scottish minister Malcolm Chisholm said: 'It is expected that the outcome of the roads review will be announced in the summer of 1998.'

Mr Chisholm added that the review would take into account schemes consistent with the integrated transport policy outlined in a transport white paper, also to be published next year.

The British Road Federation's deputy director, Paul Everitt,

said: 'People believe that road

improvements are an integral

part of an integrated transport policy.'