Brougthon Bridge near Skipton is more than 200 year old. This historic bridge provides key access route for those travelling to Broughton Hall Estate. It was described as the most extensive bridge repairs carried out by North Yorkshire County Council in recent years.
Restoration of a Grade II listed single span masonry arch structure and rebuilding the road approach retaining/wing walls, originally constructed around 1791 by Broughton Hall estate.
CLIENT: North Yorkshire County Council VALUE: £860,000 COMPLETION: December 2021
DURATION: 37 weeks CONTRACT: NEC 3 Option A
“The County Council bridges team deserve full praise for leading the project to a successful conclusion and we thank the contractors for their role in the build. Our community can now benefit from its use and enjoy the historic and unique surroundings.”