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Annual footway slurry sealing works to start

12:03 pm, Tuesday, 13th October 2020 - 4 years ago


Footpaths in several parts of Grimsby are due to be resurfaced over the next few weeks, using a process known as slurry sealing.

The process involves laying a slurry – a mix of bitumen, emulsion and chippings – onto the footway in order to seal the surface and prolong its lifespan. The mix dries very quickly and pedestrians can usually walk over it within 20 to 30 minutes.

Work starts on Monday 26 October and is expected to be carried out over seven weeks on a rolling programme, subject to good weather conditions during the winter period.

The works are being undertaken by Kiely Brothers of Birmingham, who are using locally sourced site workers. The works are being managed by the council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE.

Keep up to date with roadworks across the area at

Locations due for resurfacing are:


Albert Street West

Convamore Road

Grafton Street

Hilda Street

Levington Street

Nacton Street

Orwell Street

Oxford Street

Ropery Street

Spencer Street

Stanley Street

Stirling Street

Thorold Street

Weelsby Street

Rowlandson Street

Railway Street

Robinson Street

Bradley Street

Church Street

Kent Street

Nelson Street

Old Cleethorpe Road

Catherine Street

David Street – Cycleway

Haire Street

Heneage Road

Patrick Street

Sixhills Street

Tasburgh Street

Welholme Road

Willingham Street

Wintringham Road

Church Lane

Church Close

Drake Avenue

Durban Road

Humberston Road

Macauley Street

Harrison Street

Thorgam Court

Haycroft Avenue

Haycroft Street

Wharton Street

Newhaven Terrace

Clavering Street

Haven Gardens

Elsenham Road

Cleveland Street  

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