1 December 2021
As part of the current works in the city centre to reinstate the highway following the construction of a new surface rainwater drain, and to reduce the impact on traffic during the day; the following overnight works and road closures will take place:
- Monday 13 December – overnight from 8pm to 6am – Planing (removal of old road surface) on St. Martins Way southbound in front of new Northgate car park and Princess Street. Martins Way will remain open northbound
- Tuesday 14 December – overnight from 8pm to 6am – Planing (removal of old road surface) on St. Martins Way northbound between Watergate Street junction and Sens Close. Requiring the closure of St. Martins Way northbound with diversions in place St. Martins Way open southbound from Hunter Street to Grosvenor Roundabout
- Wednesday 15 December – overnight from 8pm to 6am – Resurfacing St. Martins Way northbound between Watergate Street junction and Sens Close.Requiring the closure of St. Martins Way northbound with diversions in place St. Martins Way open southbound from Hunter Street to Grosvenor Roundabout
- Thursday 16 December – overnight from 8pm to 6am – Resurfacing Princess Street.Martins Way will remain open northbound.
To help minimise the impact, the contractors will strive to ensure that the most noisy and disruptive works are carried out between 8pm and 10:30pm where possible each evening.
They will also aim to maintain access to and from Princess/Trinity Street, Hunter Street and Sens Close, although some delays may be experienced while the works are underway and to ensure safety while equipment is moved out of the way.
Councillor Karen Shore, Deputy Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member – Environment, Highways & Strategic Transport said: “By scheduling these resurfacing works overnight we will reduce delays for traffic during the day and help keep Chester open for business in the run up to Christmas.
“Please be assured we are working with the contractor to ensure that this final stage can be completed as quickly as possible.”
For more details on the Clockwise diversions to the inner ring-road and why the council is building a new surface water drain with many future-proof environmental benefits (including the current issue of reducing the number of untreated sewage discharges into the River Dee when the current network is already at capacity) please see: www.clockwisechester.com
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