PLANNED FOOTWAY WORKS FOR TYNE CRESCENT
Roadworks are due to start soon on the above roads as part of Bedford Borough Council’s highway works programme. The works will consist of resurfacing the footway and are planned to start on 10th October and take around 20 working days to complete, as listed below:
| Start Dates
|| End Date
Way and Marlow
| Footway closure
|| 10th October
| 4th November
Signs will be put up at the ends of the site which will provide the most up to date information if the programme changes.
Please note the following during the works:
- Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.
- All site vehicles are fitted with reversing beepers and flashing lights so please be careful when approaching the site.
- Footway resurfacing operations are noisy and we apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause you. The works have been programmed in co-ordination with our Streetworks teams to ensure that they are carried out at the best times to reduce traffic disruption.
- Before we close the footway, we may carry out some minor works that may mean that some areas are coned off or temporary traffic lights may be used.
If you wish to discuss working arrangements relating to this project please telephone the Highways Helpdesk on 01234 718003 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The helpdesk will direct any queries to the relevant officer to respond as appropriate.
When the work has been completed the council would be grateful if you would complete a short survey to help target improvement to our service.
You can respond by:-
Please ask for: Highways Helpdesk
Direct line: 01234 718003
Notice Date: 27 September 2022
Ref F10202 completing our online survey at https://breheny.co.uk/breheny-satisfaction-survey-bedford/
Further information about any current or planned roadworks in Bedford Borough can be found on the website www.roadworks.org.
Published on Behalf of Bedford Borough Council
To view/download a copy of the letter sent to local residents, please click here:- Council Letter
To view/download a detailed map showing the proposed works, click here:- Map of Tyne Crescent