Kiely Group meet Parliamentarians to discuss the need to prevent potholes
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Following National Pothole Day, the Kiely Group held a drop-in session in Parliament to discuss road surface dressing, pothole prevention and their innovative solutions.

The Kiely Group, the largest privately-owned road surface maintenance company in the UK, held a drop-in session in Parliament on Tuesday 16th January 2024. This gave MPs and Peers the opportunity to informally discuss the critical issues surrounding potholes and the solutions available to prevent them.

The session was hosted by Sir Christopher Chope MP, former Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Better Roads, and saw Guy Opperman MP (Minister for Roads and Local Transport) Bill Esterson MP (Shadow Minister for Roads) and Toby Perkins MP (Shadow Minister for Nature and Rural Affairs) all drop-in alongside other cross-party MPs and Peers.

Commenting on their first time in Parliament, Mike Kiely, Managing Director of the Kiely Group said:

It was a pleasure attending Parliament and talking with so many parliamentarians interested in hearing about the importance of preventative road maintenance to fix and reduce the number of potholes that plague British roads.

“The drop-in session also gave us the opportunity to showcase the innovative solutions we have at the Kiely Group, from our new Multipatcher machine to our latest AI tool and explain to MPs how we plan on using them to revolutionise road maintenance in the UK.

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