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Self-isolation impacts highway works

9:39 am, Tuesday, 10th August 2021 - 3 years ago

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Due to a road marking contractor’s workforce self-isolating, two highway projects have been impacted and works rescheduled.

Additional road marking works – Butt Lane, Laceby

Road marking works were planned to take place overnight on Friday 13 August in Butt Lane, Laceby. These have now been re-programmed for Wednesday 18 August.

As previously advised, works will take one night to complete and an overnight road closure will be in place between Blyth Way and Mulberry Lane from 7pm and until 6am. Access for the allotments and residents within the closure area will be maintained via Mulberry Lane only.

Carriageway resurfacing works – Stallingborough Road, Great Coates Road and Low Road, Healing

The road marking works to mark the completion of the carriageway resurfacing in this area were planned to take place overnight on Friday 13 August. This work has also been re-programmed to take place on Wednesday 18 August, between 7pm and 6am, for one night only. 

During both closures, access for emergency vehicles will be maintained. Advanced warning signs and a signed diversion route will be in place during the closures.

Residents and businesses within the works area have been informed of the changes.

The programme is subject to change as the works are weather dependent.

Keep up to date with roadworks across the area at www.nelincs.gov.uk/roadworks.

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