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Clee Road highway revamp – project update

2:39 pm, Tuesday, 15th September 2020 - 4 years ago


Works are continuing as planned on Clee Road with existing drainage gullies between Isaac’s Hill and Kelham Road being replaced. This phase of works is due to be completed on Friday 25 September.

From Monday 28 September, the second phase of works will start. This includes upgrading the existing vehicle crossings between Isaac’s Hill roundabout and Davenport Drive, relocation of the existing bus stop between Isaac’s Hill and Wollaston Road and upgrades to the existing traffic signals.

This part of the works can be carried out under localised traffic management (cones and barriers). Engineers and the contractor will work to reduce disruption but to ensure the safety of the workforce, temporary traffic signals may be introduced if required.

A new pedestrian dropped crossing point and a new drainage connection will also be installed between Beacon Court and St Hugh’s Avenue. To allow this work to be carried out, temporary traffic signals will be in operation and in place for the duration of the works.

There will be a 24-hour road closure on Wollaston Road between Clee Road and 2 Wollaston Road throughout this phase. During the closure, the one-way street between Clee Road and Bursar Street will be temporarily signed as two- way to maintain access for residents.

The final phase of the improvements – carriageway resurfacing and road marking renewal – is planned to start on Monday 16 November, subject to the completion of this phase. Residents directly affected by the works will received a letter closer to the start date confirming the work dates and access arrangements.

The works will be managed and overseen by the council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE, with contractor, Specialist Surfacing Ltd, carrying out the works.

The council, ENGIE, and Specialist 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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