Repair Works Will Begin On Beverley Road Next Week

Essential Repair Works Will Begin On Beverley Road Next Week
Essential Repair Works Will Begin On Beverley Road Next Week

Repair Works will take place on the junctions of Beverley and Station Road and Beverley and Fountain Road. Motorists are advised this essential maintenance work will be carried out from Monday 22 – Friday 26 October.

A full road closure of the outbound lane at the junction of Beverley Road and Fountain Road will be in place for the duration of the works.

A number of weekend closures will also be in place to allow works to take place safely.

From 7pm on Friday 26, until 4.40am on Monday 29 October, Beverley Road will be closed to through traffic between Spring Bank and Queens Road. The same closures will be in place on the weekends commencing Friday 2 and 9 November.

The traffic diversion will be via Spring Bank, Princes Avenue and Queens Road.

Councillor Anita Harrison, the portfolio holder for highways, said:

“We are carrying out the majority of these essential works during the weekend in order to minimise disruption to motorists and businesses.

“We ask that motorists are patient and apologise in advance for any disruption caused during the period of the works.”

Access for residents and emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times, and scheduled bus services will be diverted for the duration of the works.

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Furthermore, James Reckitt Avenue will also see work start on Monday 22 October to carry essential repair works.

The maintenance works will also take place between Chamberlain Road, Laburnum Avenue and Chestnut Grove for two weeks.

Motorists are warned that road closures will be in place for the duration of the works. Roads are being closed because it will allow the works to take place safely and swiftly.

Traffic will be diverted via Mount Pleasant, Stoneferry Road and Chamberlain Road.

The works are scheduled to be completed on Friday 2 November. Residents will be able to access their property and will the emergency services. 



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