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Carriageway improvements taking place in Healing

10:33 am, Monday, 19th July 2021 - 3 years ago


Carriageway improvement works will be taking place from Monday 26 July on a number of key roads in Healing.

Resurfacing works will be taking place on Stallingborough Road, between Wisteria Drive and Wells Road, and Stallingborough Road/Great Coates Road, between Healing Manor Hotel and the pedestrian crossing on Great Coates Road.

As part of the programme, some drainage and minor kerbing works will also be carried out at the Low Road and Great Coates Road junction, and Great Coates Road between house number 9 and the pedestrian crossing.  

The drainage and kerbing works will start on Monday 26 July and will take two weeks to complete. To allow the works to be completed, temporary traffic signals will be in place each day between 7:30am and 6pm.

The carriageway resurfacing and road marking works will then take place from Thursday 5 August and will be carried out under a full road closure between 7pm and 6am each night until Saturday 14 August.

Residents and businesses within the works area have been informed.

Advanced warning signs and a signed diversion route will be in place during the closure.

The programme is subject to change as the works are weather dependent.

The works will be managed and overseen by the council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE, with contractor, Specialist Surfacing Ltd, carrying out the works. 

The council, ENGIE, and Specialist Surfacing Ltd would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience and assure you that the work will be completed as quickly and safely as possible.

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