From Monday 23 September, contractors working on the Cleethorpes regeneration scheme will move to the next phase.
It will see work start on Alexandra Road – along an 80-metre stretch that runs at the top of Sea View Street as well as at the top of Sea View Street. Doing both sections at the same time makes sure that disruption to business activity on the street is minimised as much as possible, and works are carried out together to maximise efficiency.
As part of this project, which will last for around three months, new granite kerbs and York stone paving will be laid.
Traffic signal controls will be in place, and motorists are warned to expect delays.
All businesses on Sea View Street are open as usual, and the best parking to get to local businesses is at Wardall Street car park, accessed from Cambridge Street.
Cllr John Fenty, Cabinet member for regeneration, said: “The works are progressing well on Sea View Street and we’re nearly at the half way point. We’ve been working closely with the traders on the street to make sure they’re affected as little as possible. Often there is no gain without pain. These are long term infrastructure schemes that will allow future generations to benefit from and enjoy what our predecessors did, so please bear with us while we endeavour to minimise disruption.”
This work, along with that currently on Sea View Street, forms part of the major improvement works currently going on across the whole of Cleethorpes, funded by the Coastal Communities Fund, and managed by North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partner ENGIE.