Woore Road, Audlem – resurfacing
We are carrying out road resurfacing along Woore Road, Audlem between the Canal Bridge and Bath Lane to improve the condition of the road. The works will take approximately 7 consecutive days to complete, commencing on 25 October 2021.
Ahead of the works, three-way and two-way temporary traffic singals will be placed along Woore Road, Audlem to allow for civils works to take place which includes general maintenance and kerbing.
We understand there is no right time to undertake this work however, the scheme has been carefully planned during school holidays to minimise disruption to local residents, businesses and members of the travelling public.
The work will take place in phased sections as detailed below:
Road works phases
| Phase||Location || Dates|
||From Green Lane to Cheshire Street Junction
||25 – 26 October
||From Cheshire Street Junction to Bath Lane
|| 27 – 30 October
||All sections of Woore Road and Shropshire Street
||Sunday 31 October
Entry points will vary during each phase between 08:00 to 17:00.
Under current Health & Safety legislation and for the safety of our workforce and members of the public, it will be necessary for a road closure to be in place during the works.
Access to your property or business
We aim to minimise disruption to local residents and business owners whilst we deliver these improvements. If you have any specific access requirements, please raise these with our on site supervisor at the earliest opportunity.
Unfortunately there will be occasions when residential and business access will be restricted as your safety and the safety of our workforce is our main priority.
Local businesses remain open as usual however, points of access will vary during the works as detailed in the above phases.
There is a signed diversion in place and members of the public are advised to follow this. Alternatively view a breakdown of the full diversion route
- a letter drop will place and those who are directly impacted by these works have been informed, this letter can not grant you access through the closure at all times as access points will be restricted for safety reasons
- emergency vehicle access are being facililated through the closure
- the road closure is necessary to protect the safety of both members of the public and our workforce whilst we complete the most complex aspects of the scheme
- diversion routes are in place and signed to assist in the movement of traffic while works progress
- local businesses remain open and access will be facilitated where possible via diversion routes.
- delays are expected and motorists should plan journeys accordingly