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Routine maintenance works on A18 Barton Street

10:48 am, Monday, 21st November 2022 - 2 years ago


North East Lincolnshire Council and its delivery partner, Equans, are planning to carry out a topographical survey and routine maintenance works on A18 Barton Street, between the A46 Laceby Crossroads Roundabout and Grainsby Lane junction.

The routine maintenance work will include renewal of existing road markings, minor carriageway repairs, drainage repairs and maintenance, vegetation cutting and sign cleaning.

In order to ensure the safety of the workforce, a road closure is required to carry out this work safely and efficiently. The road closure will be in place between the A46 Laceby Crossroads Roundabout and the junction of the A18 and the A16. A diversion will be in place between the A46 and the A16.

Access to residential properties and business premises within the closure will be maintained, however please note the following:

• Access between Brigsley and East Ravendale will be maintained across Ashby Hill roundabout throughout the closure.

• Access to Laceby Manor, Oaklands Garden Centre and Best Western Oaklands Hall will only be accessible from the A46 Laceby crossroads roundabout.

• Access to Willow Lakes Lodges and Landmark Café will be maintained via Ashby Hill roundabout.

• Access between Beelsby and Barnoldby le Beck will be maintained via the new A18 roundabout at the Waltham Road junction.

The road closure will be in place on Monday 28 November between 7am and 6pm, with the works taking only one day to complete.

Advanced warning signs will be displayed to advise motorists of the works. Local diversion routes for the closure will also be in place to direct motorists.

The council and Equans would like to apologise in advance for any disturbance the works may cause and assure you that the work will be completed as quickly and safely as possible.

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