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Carriageway resurfacing on Mendip Avenue

1:03 pm, Tuesday, 18th July 2023 - 1 year ago

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North East Lincolnshire Council and its delivery partner, Equans, are undertaking carriageway resurfacing and civil works on Mendip Avenue, between Springfield Road and Quantock Road.

The works will begin on Monday 24 July and will be completed on Monday 21 August. Once all the civil works are completed the carriageway resurfacing and road marking works will take place.

The first stage of works include the replacement of damaged road channels and kerbs and the replacement of damaged sections of footway on junction corners.

These works will be carried out under temporary traffic signals between 7:30am and 6pm. The civil works are due to be completed on Friday 11 August.

The carriageway resurfacing and road marking works will start on Monday 14 August and is due to be completed on the Monday 21 August.

To allow the works to be carried out and ensure the safety of the contractors, a daytime road closure will be in place between 7:30am and 6pm. Please be aware that during the road closure, vehicle access to premises within the closure will not be permitted.

Please be aware that during all stages of the works, on-street parking will be temporarily suspended.

Please support the contractor by not parking vehicles on the carriageway, footpath or verge, in the works location to ensure a safe working area can be maintained and avoid delaying the works programme, which will result in additional days of road closures to complete the works.

Please allow extra time for your journeys and, where possible, please use alternative routes to avoid possible delays.

The council, Equans and contractor EC 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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