Major resurfacing works costing £380k for Spilsby road

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Extensive resurfacing improvements costing £380,000 are coming to a much-used road to Spilsby.

The B1195Halton Road is to be resurfaced with works taking place overnight, during which time the road will be closed.

Karen Cassar, assistant director for Highways said: “I’m delighted that we are able to replace the existing surface on Halton Road and improve this stretch for all road users in the area.

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“The old road surface needs replacing and, although the work programme is substantial, we will get it completed as quickly as possible. This set of works is going to really increase the lifespan of the road, too.”

Major resurfacing works are planned for Halton Road in Spilsby.Major resurfacing works are planned for Halton Road in Spilsby.
Major resurfacing works are planned for Halton Road in Spilsby.

Works begin on Monday, June 24, from 7.30pm to 6am, with an end date planned for Wednesday, July 3, subject to suitable weather.

A signed diversion route will be in place during overnight work hours using like-for-like roads. The route will be; A16 to Partney Pumps roundabout, A158 toward Gunby roundabout, A158 toward Skegness, A158 Burgh Road, B1528 into Skegness, A52 Wainfleet Bank, A52 Croft Bank, B1195 through Wainfleet All Saints, B1195 Spilsby and vice versa.

Karen Cassar added: “These works will cost around £380,000 to deliver and will be a big uplift for the area.

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“The official diversion route is long, and this is because we have to use like-for-like roads that can accommodate the same weight and size of vehicle as the road that’s being improved. Because of this, we are advising road users using the alternative route – which is the shortest possible option we can plan – to leave plenty of time for their journey.

“Access to the town centre via the diversion will also be maintained at all times and will not affect businesses. We will also ensure that personnel will be on-site to assist anyone that needs help.

“This is a large set of works and I would like to thank anyone effected by them for their understanding and patience as we get on with delivering this improvement.”

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