The next phase of the £995,000 road improvement scheme for Beverley’s town centre will get underway on Friday 1 June.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council project will see the resurfacing of a number of roads and mini roundabouts in Beverley which have become worn.
The second phase of the project will see four areas of Beverley resurfaced by the council’s contractors, Tarmac Trading Ltd.
To minimise disruption to motorists most of the upcoming work will be carried out either on an evening, on Sundays or outside rush hour times, where possible.
Dave Waudby, head of infrastructure and facilities at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “We would like to thank motorists, residents and businesses in advance for their patience while this work is carried out.
“This phase of the scheme involves some busy roads in the town and our engineers have worked hard on the timings of this work to make sure disruption is kept to a minimum.
“Motorists will see the benefits when the resurfacing is complete.”
The first phase of the Beverley scheme began earlier this month with the resurfacing of Beckside, and work is currently continuing on a stretch of the A164 north of Leconfield.
Work to resurface the road at North Bar Within is due to begin on Tuesday 29 May and is expected to take eight evenings to complete. That will complete phase one of the scheme.
The following roads will be resurfaced as part of the second phase of the Beverley road improvement scheme.
Access will still be permitted to residents, business owners and the emergency services at all sites throughout the period of work:
The resurfacing of the Lairgate junction with Admiral Walker Road, between the Memorial Hall and Minster Moorgate West, is due to begin on Friday 1 June.
Work will be carried out during the day from 9.30am to 3.30pm and is expected to take around three days to complete.
During these working hours Lairgate – between Minster Moorgate West and the junction with Admiral Walker Road – will be closed to through traffic.
Admiral Walker Road will remain open at all times and Lairgate, from the Memorial Hall into the town centre, will also remain open.
The resurfacing of mini roundabout linking New Walkergate and Railway Street is due to begin on Wednesday 6 June.
Work will be carried out during the evening from 6pm to 11pm and is expected to take around seven days to complete.
During these working hours only New Walkergate, between Wilbert Lane and the roundabout, and Railway Street, between the junction with Eastgate and the mini roundabout with Armstrong Way, will be closed to through traffic.
Mini roundabout on Lord Roberts Road and Champney Road
The mini roundabout between Lord Roberts Road and Champney Road is due to be resurfaced from Wednesday 6 June.
The work, up to and including the junctions of Cross Street and Well Lane, will be carried out during the evening from 6pm to 11pm, and is expected to take around seven days to complete.
During these working hours only Lord Roberts Road, between the magistrates court and the mini roundabout, and Champney Road, between the roundabout and the junction with Princess Gardens, will be closed to through traffic.
Morton Lane is to be resurfaced between the New Walkergate junction and the Tesco supermarket car park entrance.
Work will also be carried out to repair paths and replace the existing kerbing.
The resurfacing work is due to begin on Monday 18 June and is expected to take six days to complete.
During that time Morton Lane will be closed to through traffic. A diversion will be in place, and shoppers will still be able to access the Tesco car park from the opposite end of Morton Lane.
Resurfacing work across the section of the Tesco entrance will be carried out over four consecutive Sunday evenings, after the store has closed, on 10 June, 17 June, 24 June and 1 July.
The third phase of the Beverley scheme will involve the resurfacing of the parking bays on Norwood outside Beverley High School. This is currently scheduled to begin on Monday 30 July.
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