Highways England - A6 Road Closure Notification - 7th May 2021
Information Received this afternoon (7th MAY 2021) from Northamptonshire Highways:
Pre surface dressing patching starts Monday
The attached letter have been/will be delivered directly to those affected
We will be starting our Surface Dressing programme on May 19, which is a cost-effective treatment to achieve a low maintenance, attractive finish for a tarmac surface that is showing signs of fatigue and prone to potholes.
Before we start this we do need to carry out repairs to some of the roads on the programme and will shortly start patching to level the road surface.
This pre surface dressing patching programme is below and advance warning of surface dressing will include information sent to residents and businesses, online at Northamptonshire.gov.uk and one.network and use of Twitter @nnhighways.
We will send you the programme of works and full information soon and please feel free to share.1 shift 10 May - night
A422 Farthinghoe to Middleton Cheney 20:00 – 06:00 Farthinghoe to Middleton Cheney Only
We will not be replacing the road studs as they are in good condition.
This work should only take about 4 hours and the patches are just as you go out of the village past the 30mph sign. One outside the recycling centre.2 shifts 12/13 May 09:30 – 15:30A509 Wollaston to Wellingborough
Phase 1 Wellingborough to B570 Gipsy Lane (including patch on south side of roundabout heading to Wollaston)
Phase 2 Gipsy Lane to Wollaston (road studs only)2 shifts 14/15 May 09:30 – 15:30
A508 Kelmarsh to Great Oxendon
Whole site no phasing's required2 shifts 17/18 May 9:30 – 15:30
A6 Bedford Road, Rushden
Whole site no phasing's required – Complete patch 8 on day one to allow paco on second day.
2 shifts 19/20 May 09:30 – 15:30A5199 Guilsborough to ThornbyPhase 1 Thornby village – Patches 13,14,15 to be completed in shift one to allow paco patch on second day.
Phase 2 Thornby village to Guilsborough
Paco is the treatment we use to reinstate the road surface around ironworks.
Posted: Fri, 07 May 2021 12:04 by Michelle Lewis