North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood has questioned the Economy Minister over improvement works to the A55/A483 junction serving Wrexham.
The plans involve reducing congestion and journey times by widening the A55 eastbound exit slip road and parts of the circulatory carriageway as well as installing traffic signals to the A483 southbound approach.
The programme of works is set to cost £8,000,000 and is due to start – and finish – in 2014.
Mr Isherwood welcomes the works, but is concerned the 2006 evaluation report that recommended the improvements made no reference to floods or flooding within it.
Questioning the Economy Minister on the matter in the Assembly this week he said: “Last October, the UK Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin, announced the plans for the scheme focused on the junction with the A483.
"That junction serves Wrexham, therefore, clearly, you as Minister are very entitled to have a view on this.
"However, the 2006 evaluation report that recommended those improvements to reduce congestion and journey times has no reference to floods or flooding within it.
"Therefore, I would be grateful if you could ensure that the UK Minister is made aware of that and perhaps give advice on what further information on flooding, if any, they might have received.”
The Minister agreed to take up the matter “via my officials.”