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Programme of footpath surface treatment works to start

12:48 pm, Monday, 20th September 2021 - 3 years ago


Footpaths in several parts of the borough are due to be resurfaced over the next few weeks, using a process known as slurry sealing.

The process involves laying a slurry, which is a mix of bitumen, emulsion, and chippings, onto the footpath in order to seal the surface and prolong its lifespan. The mix dries very quickly and pedestrians can usually walk over it within 20 to 30 minutes.

Work starts on Monday 27 September and are expected to be carried out over eight weeks on a rolling programme, subject to good weather conditions during the winter period.

The works are being undertaken by Kiely Brothers of Birmingham, who are using locally sourced site workers. The works are being managed by the council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE.

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Locations identified as part of the programme this year are:


  • Laceby Road
  • Bradley Road


  • Beeley Road verges
  • Bestall Road verges

Great Coates  

  • Station Road
  • Ferndown


  • Central Parade verges
  • Westward Ho verges
  • Cambridge Road verges
  • Sherwood Road verges
  • Wellbeck Road
  • Wellbeck Place
  • Brocklesby Place verges
  • Brocklesby Road verges
  • Malcolm Road verges
  • Sixhills Street
  • Margaret Street
  • Heneage Road
  • Granville Street
  • David Street
  • Algernon Street
  • Hilda Street
  • Duke Street
  • Peaks Lane
  • Park Avenue
  • Patrick Street cycle path
  • Moss Road
  • Garden Street
  • Abbey Walk
  • Gilbey Rd Cycle Track
  • Clee Fields Link Footway
  • Wybers Wood Link footway – St. Nicholas Drive, adjacent to the shops through to St. Nicholas Drive between properties 116 and 118, Including footway links from St. Nicholas Drive to Towns Holt footpath.


  • Boundary Road
  • Bulwick Avenue
  • Southfield Road
  • Louth Road
  • Pinfold Lane
  • St Giles Avenue
  • Church Lane
  • Fairfield Road
  • Waltham Road


  • Kirkgate
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