A road scheme to improve the section of Seaton Common Lane, Seaton Ross, between Campey Lane and Seaton Ross, is due to start on Monday, 2nd September 2013. This is to widen the road to 6.0m (similar to the previous two phases to Ash Lane) in order to accommodate the HGV traffic that uses the route and therefore reduce future high maintenance costs.
The main work is expected to take 10 weeks to complete.
Unfortunately, because of the narrow width of the existing road and the nature of the work, it will be necessary to close the road to through traffic until the work is complete. Work will be undertaken in phases to minimise disruption and ensure access to businesses and properties within the scheme limits.
Access to individual properties will be maintained from either the Campey Lane end or the Seaton Ross end of the site, depending on where the work is being carried out at the time. Emergency services, postal services and refuse collection will be allowed access into the site.
From Monday, 12th August
The main work is to be preceded with improvements to Seaton Common Lane/Mill Lane junction. Temporary three-way traffic lights will be in operation.
Phase 1: Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd September
The tarmac surfacing of the Seaton Common Lane/Mill Lane junction.
Due to the width of the Mill Lane and Everingham Lane junction, the whole of the junction will have to be closed during working hours. The start of work will be delayed until 9am each day, but the council cannot stipulate a finishing time.
Access to and from Seaton Ross on these days will be from the south of the village, via a signed diversion route using the A163 and B1228. Any further work that may be necessary at the junction will be undertaken within temporary traffic control.
Phase 2: September 2-7
Mill Lane junction to Rowlawn access road closed
Phase 3: September 9-24
Rowlawn access road to Melbourne Lodge closed
Phase 4: September 25 – October 14
South Farm access road to Ryedale Farm closed
Phase 5: October 15 – November 9
Ryedale Farm to Campey Lane closed
The work will be carried out by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Streetscene Services. Please note that the programme dates could be affected by weather or other unforeseen circumstances, but should this be the case residents and businesses directly affected will be contacted with an update on progress.
The council is currently in discussions with public and school transport companies and will inform residents who live within the site limit of any changes to normal services.
For further information, or if you have any special requirements for access, please contact Dave Berry, Civil Engineering Services, on 01482 395694