In preparation for the annual carriageway treatment programme, a number of preparation works will be carried out across the borough from Monday 21 March.
These works are essential to repair deep carriageway defects and ensure the road surface is fully prepared for the annual carriageway treatment programme which will take place later in the year.
The works will take place on a rolling programme over a three-week period and will involve a number of daytime road closures, which are required to ensure the works can be carried out safely.
These road closures will be in place between 7:30am and 6pm at the following locations, unless otherwise indicated below:
Belvoir Road – localised traffic management (using give and take) – Tuesday 22 March
Brampton Way – localised traffic management (using give and take) – Tuesday 22 March
Glebe Road – Tuesday 22 March
Parker Street – Thursday 24 March
Highgate – Thursday 24 March
George Street – Friday 25 March
Hey Street – Friday 25 March
Barkhouse Lane – Friday 25 March
Sherburn Street – Monday 28 March
Humber Street – Tuesday 29 March
Oole Road – Tuesday 29 March
Crow Hill Avenue – Wednesday 30 March
Whites Road – Wednesday 30 March
West Street – Thursday 31 March
Thrunscoe Road – Thursday 31 March
Reynolds Street – Tuesday 5 April
William Street – Wednesday 6 April
Bark Street – Wednesday 6 April
Albert Road – Wednesday 6 April
Cooks Lane – Monday 21 March
Great Coates Road (temporary traffic lights) – Wednesday 23March
Woodlands Avenue – Monday 28 March
Clyfton Crescent – Thursday 7 April
North Moss Lane – Thursday 7 April
Please be aware, the above dates may be subject to change as the works are weather dependent.
During the works, on-street parking will be temporarily suspended and residents are asked to not park vehicles on the carriageway or footpath to ensure a safe working area.
This will ensure the surface dressing treatment taking place later in the year will effectively extend the life of the carriageway. Further details of these works will be announced once confirmed closer to the start date.
The works will be managed and overseen by North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, EQUANS, with local contractor EC Surfacing carrying out the works.
North East Lincolnshire Council and EQUANS would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused by these works.
Visit www.nelincs.gov.uk/roadworks for the latest live travel information in the borough, including congestion and roadworks.