In preparation for the annual carriageway treatment programme, a number of preparation works will be carried out across the borough from Monday 29 March.
The first part of the works, taking place on a rolling programme over a four-week period, will take place at the following locations:
- College Avenue
- College Gardens
- Pelham Avenue
- Southern Walk
- Southfield Avenue
- Southfield Road
- Waltham Road
- West Lea
- Westkirke Avenue
- Bassett Road
- Durham Road
- Lincoln Road
- Philip Avenue
- Philip Grove
When the works are being carried out, localised traffic management (stop and go boards/cones and barriers) will be in place between 7:30am and 6pm each day to keep the workforce safe. No temporary traffic lights or road closures will be required. Resident and business access will be maintained at all times.
The second part of the works programme will involve a number of daytime road closures. These are required to ensure the works can be carried out safely and will be in place each day between 7:30am and 6pm on the following dates:
- Wednesday 28 April at Blundell Avenue in Cleethorpes, between Grimsby Road and Brereton Avenue, for two days
- Friday 30 April at Kensington Place in Scartho, between College Avenue and Rosaire Place, for one day
- Tuesday 4 May at Hart Street in Cleethorpes, between Grimsby Road and Brereton Avenue, for one day
- Wednesday 5 May at Mill Place in Cleethorpes, between Dolphin Place and Market Street, for one day
- Thursday 6 May at Bentley Street in Cleethorpes, between St Peter’s Avenue and Fair View Avenue, for one day
- Friday 7 May and Monday 10 May at Ings Lane in Waltham, between house no. 42 and the southern end of the lane
During the works, on-street parking will be temporarily suspended and residents are asked to not park vehicles on the carriageway or footway to ensure a safe working area.
Every effort will be made to maintain access to properties but there may be short periods of time when this will not be possible. Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.
Residents and businesses affected by the closure will be contacted with access arrangements and further details before works start.
These works are essential to ensure the road surface is prepared for the main works planned for later in the year. Further details will be announced once confirmed closer to the start date.
North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be managing and overseeing the works, with contractor, EC Surfacing, completing the works.
North East Lincolnshire Council and ENGIE 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.