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List of Beverley roads to be resurfaced

East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s highways team is starting work this week on a four-month scheme to improve road surfaces at 170 sites across the East Riding, from major routes to rural and residential areas. This annual surface dressing programme represents a spend of  £2.15 million (2 Point 1 5 million pounds). Signs will be placed on the roads involved a week before work takes place.

Roads in Beverley to be treated include: Lairgate, Cherry Tree Lane, Pennyman Road, Ash Close, Beech Avenue, Birch Close, Chestnut Avenue, Chestnut Close, Highfield Road, Lime Tree Avenue, Lowfield Road, Maple Drive, Oak Close and Poplar Drive as well as Northfield Road and Wheatlands Drive in Molescroft.

Meanwhile, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is warning drivers that major overnight road improvements will be starting soon on the A166 westbound at Garrowby Hill. Resurfacing work will start on Monday, May 21st and will see Garrowby Hill closed to all westbound traffic (ie traffic heading towards York) between 7pm and 6am, Monday to Friday, for five weeks, weather permitting. Eastbound traffic will not be affected. The work is the final stage of the larger improvement scheme along the A166, costing £1.9 million in total.