£175,000 road improvement scheme for Kilham to begin on Monday

A road improvement scheme for North Back Lane in Kilham, is to begin this month.

East Riding of Yorkshire council is investing £175,000 in the project, which is due to start on Monday 17th October and see the road being given an upgrade between the junctions of Burton Road and Thwing.

The works are expected to take up to five weeks to complete.

The scheme will involve the resurfacing of North Back Lane, and improvements to the Burton Road junction and to the kerbing.

Due to the narrow width of the road, a road closure will be necessary for through traffic, and there will be a signed diversion via Burton Road, East Street, Church Street, Middle Street, Chapel Lane, West End, Langtoft Road and Back Lane.

Access will still be given for immediate residents, businesses, the emergency services, the postal service and for bin collections.

The scheme is to be carried out by the council’s own road maintenance team.

Cllr Chris Matthews, the council’s portfolio holder for environment and climate change, said: “I want to thank residents and business owners in the area for their patience while this work is carried out.

“This improvement work is necessary, and the road will look so much better when it’s complete.”

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