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NELC announce more than 50 road closures

NELC announce more than 50 road closures

NELC announce more than 50 road closures

North East Lincolnshire Council have announced a programme of works which will result in more than 50 road closures across Cleethorpes and Scartho.

Works will begin on Monday 14 June, and are expected to be completed by Tuesday 22 June, subject to weather conditions.

Contractors will be using a process which involves applying a bitumen emulsion spray to the road, followed by a layer of stone chippings which are spread and rolled into the existing road surface.

This seals the existing surface from water, improves the surface texture and extends the life of the road.

Once the surface treatment has been completed vehicles can run on the surface immediately.

A full road closure will be in place between 7.30am and 6pm on the day of the works.

Works will take one day to complete at the majority of the locations, but some streets will take two days due to the size.

Affected roads include:

Cleethorpes:

Bentley Street (Two days)

Billinghay Court

Caenby Road

Claymore Close

College Street (Two days)

Cosgrove Street (Two days)

Cross Street (Two days)

Daggett Road

Durham Road

Garbutt Place

Howlett Road

Langley Place

Lincoln Road

Mill Place

Minshull Road

Pearson Road

Reston Court

Rymer Place

Strubby Close

Weekes Road

Wesley Cres

Scartho:

Amesbury Ave

Amos Close

Ancaster Avenue

Bayons Avenue

Brixham Court

Christine Place

Crake Avenue

Dawlish Road

Dovedale Drive

Elizabeth Close

Emfield Grove

Emfield Road

Fauconberg Avenue

Ferriby Lane

Hurford Plc

Kensington Place

Langdale Ave

Larden Avenue

Orchard Croft

Paignton Court

Pelham Avenue

Pelham Place

Rosaire Place

Sophia Avenue

Southern Walk

Southfield Avenue

Southfield Road

The Oval

Torbay Drive

Totnes Road

Waltham Rd

Well Vale

West Lea

Westkirke Avenue

Windlesham Ave

A spokesperson for NELC said:

“Residents and businesses affected by the works will receive a letter in advance of the works with further information and instructions.

“Advanced warning signs will be erected on site advising of the works. On the day of the works, on street parking will be temporarily suspended to allow the works to take place.

“The works will be managed and overseen by North East Lincolnshire 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 for any inconvenience caused by the works.”

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