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New look for footpaths in Humberston, Laceby and Immingham

9:01 am, Tuesday, 21st May 2024 - 1 min ago

Roads, parking and transport

North East Lincolnshire’s footway surface treatment programme works are due to start on Tuesday 28 May and are expected to be completed by Friday 12 July, subject to weather conditions.

The process involves laying a slurry surfacing to repair minor defects and seal the surface of the footways, protecting them against water. It also provides an even and consistent surface free from trip hazards and extends surface life. Slurry surfacing is a cold applied process using a mix of bitumen emulsion, selected aggregates, water and an additive to control the speed of setting.

The work is weather dependent, and a number of variables can also impact the programme, so the schedule below is subject to change. Footway closures are planned for the work between 7:30am and 6pm on the days below, however they will be re-opened as soon as possible.

  • Church Lane, Humberston – 28 to 31 May
  • The Cloisters, Humberston – 28 to 31 May
  • Richardson Close, Humberston – 28 to 31 May
  • Fieldhouse Road, Humberston – 28 May to 7 June
  • Sheraton Drive, Humberston – 3 to 7 June
  • Rowan Drive, Humberston – 3 to 7 June
  • Chippendale Close, Humberston – 3 to 7 June
  • Eastfield, Humberston – 3 to 7 June
  • Midfield Road, Humberston – 3 to 14 June
  • Woodfield Close, Humberston – 10 to 14 June
  • Church Avenue, Humberston – 10 to 21 June
  • St Thomas Close, Humberston – 17 to 21 June
  • Humberston Road / Grimsby Road, Humberston – 17 to 28 June
  • Wilton Road, Humberston – 9, 16, 23, 30 June and 7 July
  • Jackson Place, Humberston – 9, 16, 23, 30 June and 7 July
  • Humberston Avenue, Humberston – 24 June to 5 July
  • Abbots Grange, Humberston – 8 to 12 July
  • Maltby Avenue, Laceby, 8 to 12 July
  • Winslow Drive, Immingham, 8 to 12 July

During the closure period, every effort will be made to maintain access to properties but there may be short periods of time when this will not be possible, however access for emergency vehicles will be maintained. Advanced warning signs will be put up on site by the contractor, which will also confirm work days.  The council, Equans, and contractor Kiely Bros would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience.

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