Essex Highways: Parish Council information – A133 St Andrews Avenue / Clingoe Hill, Colchester

Published: 13th July 2022

Advance notice: Road closure for resurfacing works on A133 St Andrews Avenue / Clingoe Hill, Colchester

Arrangements have been made to resurface a section of A133 St Andrews Avenue / Clingoe Hill, Colchester. Works will take place from Thursday 28 July 2022 and will be carried out overnight between the hours of 8pm – 6am.

In order to carry out these works in a safe manner, it will be necessary for a road closure to be in place. Details are as follows:

Proposed dates Area affected Proposed traffic restrictions
28 July – 30 July 2022 A133 Clingoe Hill, Colchester Overnight road closure (8pm – 6am) on A133 Clingoe Hill (westbound), Colchester.

 

Resurfacing works on approximately 700m each side of Boundary Road.

 

Traffic will be diverted via A133 Clingoe Hill (Eastbound) / Clacton Road / Colchester Road, Bromley Road, Harwich Road, B1029 Frating Road / Station Road, A137 Colchester Road / Harwich Road / Parsons Heath, A133 St Andrews Avenue

 

11 August – 12 August 2022 A133 Clingoe Hill, Colchester Overnight road closure (8pm – 6am) on A133 Clingoe Hill (westbound), Colchester.

 

Resurfacing works on approximately 700m each side of Boundary Road.

 

Traffic will be diverted via A133 Clingoe Hill (Eastbound) / Clacton Road / Colchester Road, Bromley Road, Harwich Road, B1029 Frating Road / Station Road, A137 Colchester Road / Harwich Road / Parsons Heath, A133 St Andrews Avenue

 

30 August – 31 August 2022 A133 Clingoe Hill, Colchester Overnight road closure (8pm – 6am) on A133 Clingoe Hill (westbound), Colchester.

 

Resurfacing works on approximately 700m each side of Boundary Road.

 

Traffic will be diverted via A133 Clingoe Hill (Eastbound) / Clacton Road / Colchester Road, Bromley Road, Harwich Road, B1029 Frating Road / Station Road, A137 Colchester Road / Harwich Road / Parsons Heath, A133 St Andrews Avenue

 

 

Please note that dates may be subject to change, for example if weather conditions are unsuitable or if unforeseen issues arise.

Details of other works in the area can be viewed from one.network

Essex Highways Information

www.essex.gov.uk/highways

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