North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, EQUANS, have planned the first phase of the annual programme of carriageway surface treatment works from Tuesday 10 May. The works will be carried out by contractor Kiely Bros.
This phase of works includes locations undergoing micro-asphalt treatment, which will seal the road surface, improve surface texture and prolong the life of the road for many years.
To allow the works to be completed and to ensure the safety of those completing the works, a full road closure will be in place on the day of works planned for each street, between 7:30am and 6pm. Works may not take the full day to complete, depending on the length of the street, but once complete, the road will be reopened as soon as possible.
The following streets are scheduled to be included in the programme of works:
- Ingram Place, Cleethorpes – Tuesday 10 May
- Elwyn Place, Cleethorpes – Tuesday 10 May
- Prystie Place, Cleethorpes – Tuesday 10 May
- Haverstoe Place, Cleethorpes – Tuesday 10 May
- Barkhouse Close, Cleethorpes – Tuesday 10 May
- Cedar Close, Cleethorpes – Wednesday 11 May
- South Street, Cleethorpes – Wednesday 11 May
- North Street, Cleethorpes – Wednesday 11 May
- Cooks Lane, Great Coates – Wednesday 11 May
- Garibaldi Street, Grimsby – Wednesday 11 May
- Petchell Way, Grimsby – Thursday 12 May
- Clyde Street, Grimsby – Thursday 12 May
- Cobden Street, Grimsby – Thursday 12 May
On street parking will need to be suspended to allow the works to take place. Residents are asked to kindly avoid parking vehicles on the road or footpath in the immediate location.
Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.
Advanced warning signs will be in place to advise road users of the upcoming works dates.
To avoid the build-up of loose materials on the highway, the contractor will return to sweep up loose materials after a few days. Residents are asked to move their vehicles from the road if they see the road sweeper return to allow as much excess material to be collected as possible.
The council, EQUANS, and the contractor Kiely Bros would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.