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Carriageway resurfacing to take place on Louth Road, Scartho

9:25 am, Friday, 10th June 2022 - 2 years ago

General

On Monday 4 July, carriageway resurfacing and drainage works will be taking place on Louth Road, between Westkirke Avenue and the A16 Louth Road Roundabout. The work is due to be completed on Sunday 24 July.

The drainage works, including replacement of a number of gullies and channels, will be carried out under 24-hour temporary traffic signals from Monday 4 July and will be completed on Tuesday 19 July.

The carriageway resurfacing works will then start on Monday 18 July and will take seven nights to complete. To allow the works to be carried out and ensure the safety of the contractors, an overnight closure will be in place each night, between 7pm and 6am.

Access will be maintained for affected residents as much as possible, but there may be short periods of time when this will not be possible. Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained throughout the works.

Although every effort will be made to minimise disruption throughout the works, please be aware some elements will be noisy.

During the works, on-street parking will be temporarily suspended. Please support the contractor by not parking vehicles on the carriageway or footpath along Louth Road between Westkirke Avenue and the A16 Roundabout to ensure a safe working area can be maintained and avoid delaying the works programme.

The work will be managed and overseen by EQUANS, with contractor EC Surfacing Ltd, carrying out the works.

The council, EQUANS, and 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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