We have received news that A-one+ on behalf of Highways England will be carrying out resurfacing work, including the use of high friction surfacing and the reinstatement of the existing road studs and loops.
They will be holding a Public Information Event to present details of the works and answer any questions you may have. This will take place on Thursday 13th September 2018 at Tilling Green Community Centre, Mason Road, Rye TN31 7BE from 1pm - 4pm and 5pm - 8pm.
There will be representatives from A-one+, Highways England and the construction team to answer any questions you may have regarding these works.
In order to carry out these works as efficiently and as safely as possible, work will be undertaken overnight across three local areas.
|Series of full closures on main carriageway||Date, timings and work areas|
|A259 Butcher's Lane to Broad Street||
22 October 2018 to 25 October 2018
8pm to 6pm - Monday to Thursday
|A259 Wish Street Roundabout to Rother Bridge Rye||
29 October 2018 to 16 November 2018
8pm to 6pm - Monday to Friday
NO WORKS BONFIRE WEEKEND 3RD TO 5TH NOVEMBER
|A259 Strand Bridge to Wish Street Roundabout||
19 November 2018 to 21 November 2018
8pm to 6am - Monday to Friday
Parking restrictions will be in place on the A259 between Wish Street Roundabout to Rother Bridge. Residents living within this road closure will be able to park at local car parks, Lucknow Place and Bedford Place, from 7pm until 9am. Any parking after 9am will require a ticket. Further information for the car parks will be provided in due course.
Please contact A-one+ if there are any medical or mobility issues they need to be aware of on: 01732 446800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Diversion - A clearly signed diversion will be in place during all closures utilising local routes, suitable for all types of vehicles.
A259 Butchers Lane to Broad Street and A259 Strand Bridge to Wish Street Roundabout - A259 east bound traffic approaching junction with B2093 Old London Road, heading towards Rye, will be diverted onto the B2903 west bound and continue to the B2903/Harrow Lane/A2100 roundabout where traffic will join the A2100 west bound. Continue to join the A21 Sedlescombe Road, north bound before turning right on the A28 Westfield Lane. Continue on the A28 until its junction with the B2088 and follow the B2088 to its junction with the A268 towards Rye. Traffic will then re-join the A259 at the Skinners Roundabout. Take the second exit onto the A259 Fishmarket Road where the diversion ends.
A259 traffic heading west bound for Hastings will take the second exit at the Kettle O'Fish onto Wish Street and head east bound to the junction with the A28 at Broad Oak. Traffic will then take the A28 to the junction with the A21 towards Hastings. Traffic looking to continue on to the A259 can then take the A2100 and the B2093 east bound to the junction with the A259, where you will be able to turn west bound into Hastings.
Residents living within any of the road closures, please approach the gatesman at the road closure point, who will arrange for you to be safely escorted to your property, to leave your property please call 0845 612 2888. Please be advised there may be a short wait.
A259 Wish Street Roundabout to Rother Bridge Rye - A259 east bound traffic approaching the Kettle O'Fish Roundabout will be diverted onto Wish Street, then the B2089 Ferry Road. Traffic will continue on the B2089 to its junction with the A28 at Broad Oak, before travelling on the A28 Northiam Road to its junction with B2088, taking the east bound carraigeway towards Four Oak and then joining the A268 towards Rye, where traffic can re-join the A259 at the Skinners Roundabout.
Traffic heading west bound from the Skinners Roundabout will be diverted onto the A268 and follow the reverse of the diversion route listed above.
Please be aware that these works have been carefully programmed but are subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.
Every effort has been made to ensure disruption to nearby residents is kept to a minimum, but there will inevitably be some noise and disruption generated by these works and for that A-one+ apologise in advance
If you have any questions of if you'd like to know more about the work taking place, please do not hesitate to contact:
Phone: 01732 446800
Post: 10, Kings Hill Avenue, Kings Hill, Kent, ME19 4AR
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org