Carriageway highway improvement scheme to improve Cleaving Garth Road, Londesborough set to start
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will be starting work on a £257,000 scheme to improve the road along Cleaving Garth Road, Londesborough.
The works are scheduled to start from Monday, June 21 and will take approximately four-weeks to complete (weather permitting).
The work involves strengthening the carriageway with structural patches before overlaying it with a new bituminous material, along with installing new passing places and reinstating the road markings.
Due to the narrow width of the road and the nature of the work, a full road closure and signed traffic diversion route will be in place via Londesborough Hill Road through Loaningdale and return.
This will be in operation for the duration of the works.
The council’s Streetscene Services have been appointed to carry out the work.
Streetscene Services will be carrying out this essential work strictly in accordance with the Government and Public Health England advice on social distancing, to protect the workforce and local residents.
An East Riding of Yorkshire Council spokesperson said: “We apologise in advance for the inconvenience caused by this road closure and diversion, but we would like to reassure residents and road users that these works are essential, and ask them to bear with us.”