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Next stage of carriageway preparation works to start next week

4:50 pm, Tuesday, 6th April 2021 - 3 years ago


In preparation for the annual carriageway treatment programme, the next stage of preparation works will be starting from Monday 12 April.

Works will take place on a rolling programme over a six-week period at the following locations:


  • Amesbury Avenue
  • Amos Close
  • Ancaster Avenue
  • Bayons Avenue
  • Brixham Court
  • Christine Place
  • Crake Avenue
  • Dawlish Road
  • Dovedale Drive
  • Emfield Grove
  • Emfield Road
  • Fauconberg Avenue 
  • Ferriby Lane
  • Glebe Road
  • Hurford Place
  • Kensington Place  
  • Langdale Avenue
  • Larden Avenue
  • Orchard Croft
  • Paignton Court
  • Pelham Place
  • Purbeck Road  
  • Quantock Road  
  • Rosaire Place
  • Sophia Avenue
  • The Oval
  • Torbay Drive
  • Totnes Road
  • Well Vale
  • Windlesham Avenue


  • Laburnum Avenue


  • Billinghay Court
  • Caenby Road
  • Claymore Close
  • College Street – Parking suspension required, residents will be contacted before works start  
  • Cosgrove Street – Parking suspension required, residents will be contacted before works start
  • Cross Street
  • Daggett Road
  • Garbutt Place  
  • Howlett Road
  • Langley Place
  • Minshull Road
  • Pearson Road
  • Reston Court  
  • Rymer Place
  • Strubby Close
  • Weekes Road
  • Wesley Crescent

When the works are being carried out, localised traffic management (stop and go boards/cones and barriers) will be in place between 7:30am and 6pm each day to keep the workforce safe. No temporary traffic lights or road closures will be required. Resident and business access will be maintained at all times.

These works are essential to ensure the road surface is fully prepared for the main carriageway works planned for later this year. Further details will be announced once confirmed closer to the start date.

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

North East Lincolnshire Council, ENGIE and Kiely Bros. would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused by these works.

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