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Carriageway improvements to start next month

11:13 am, Friday, 21st May 2021 - 3 years ago

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North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are planning to carry out a number of road repairs from Tuesday 1 June across the area.

The programme will be carried out during June at the following locations:

Butt Lane, Laceby – Between Aylesby Road to Blyth Way and Blyth Way to Mulberry Lane

Works will be starting on Tuesday 1 June, with all works completed by Thursday 17 June. To allow the works to be completed and ensure the safety of the contractors when on site, a 24-hour road closure will be in place. Works will be carried out in two phases as follows:

  • Phase One – Tuesday 1 June to Saturday 5 June, between Aylesby Road and Blyth Way
  • Phase Two – Monday 7 June to Thursday 17 June, between Blyth Way and Mulberry Lane

Station Road, New Waltham – Between The Orchard and Pretymen Crescent  

Works will be starting on Tuesday 1 June and will take two nights to complete. An overnight road closure will be in place each night between 7pm and 6am.

B1210 Stallingborough Road – Between the A180 overbridge and Matthew Ford Way

Works will be starting on Thursday 3 June and will take one night to complete. An overnight road closure will be in place between 7pm and 6am.

Wingate Road, between Crosland Road and Larmour Road, and Crosland Road, between Stow Close and Wingate Road, Grimsby  

Drainage works on Wingate Road will be starting on Monday 14 June and take three days to complete. Temporary traffic signals will be in place during the daytime for these works. Carriageway works will then be starting on Thursday 17 June and take two nights to complete. An overnight road closure will be in place each night between 7pm and 6am.

Beechwood Avenue, Immingham – Between Washdyke Lane and Spinney Close

Works will be starting on Monday 14 June and will take two days to complete. A daytime road closure will be in place each day between 7:30am and 6pm. 

Habrough Road, Immingham – Between Brocklesby Avenue and Pelham Road

Works will be starting on Tuesday 15 June and take three nights to complete. An overnight road closure will be in place each night between 7pm and 6am.

Wellington Street, Grimsby – Between Freeman Street and the Asda entrance

Drainage works will be taking place during the daytime on Monday 21 June for one day, with narrow lanes and parking suspended to allow the works to take place. Carriageway works will then be starting in the evening for three nights. An overnight road closure will be in place each night between 7pm and 6am.

Cleethorpe Road, Grimsby – Between Freeman Street and Albion Street

Works will be starting on Tuesday 22 June and will take five nights to complete. An overnight road closure will be in place each night between 7pm and 6am.

A1173 Stallingborough Road – Between Matthew Ford Way and Little London Level Crossing  

Works will start on Monday 28 June and take two nights to complete. An overnight road closure will be in place each night between 7pm and 6am.

Advanced warning signs and signed diversion routes will be in place during each road closure. Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times. Residents impacted by the works will be contacted in advance of the start date and details regarding access provided.

North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE, will manage and oversee the works with contractor, EC Surfacing Ltd, carrying out the works. The Council, ENGIE and EC Surfacing Ltd would like to apologise for any inconvenient the programme of work may cause.  

The programme of works is part of a £562,000 carriageway improvement programme, funded by the Department for Transport, ensuring the highway is in a safe and good condition for road users.

Visit www.nelincs.gov.uk/roadworks for the latest live travel information in the borough, including congestion and roadworks.

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