Udimore Road, Rye - Patch Repairs

Map showing diversion route for 4 December

Map showing location of works area for 4 December

Map showing location of works area for 5 December

Map showing location of works area for 5 & 6 December

Balfour Beatty is working in partnership with East Sussex County Council to manage the highways service across East Sussex. As part of this, we will be carrying out targeted patch repairs in Udimore Road, Rye.

Once completed, these works will help improve the condition of the road surface.

When do they start?

Work will be carried out between Monday 4 December to Wednesday 6 December.

We will inform you of any changes to the dates or times via advanced warning signs on site.

How will this impact highway users?

The team will be working between Charivari house to Wick Farm.

The road will be closed to through traffic between 7am and 7pm however a diversion route will be in place via Northiam Road, B2165, B2088, A268, Main Street, Rye Road, A259, South Undercliff, Wish St, Ferry Rd and Udimore Road and Udimore Road, Ferry Road, Station Approach, Cinque Ports St, Wish St, S Undercliff, A259, Rye Rd, Main St, A268, B2088, B2165, Northiam Rd.

If you need vehicle access, please discuss this with the team on site to see if this is possible. Please bear in mind there will be delays whilst the area is made safe, and your vehicle is escorted by site marshalls.

Information for residents and businesses

Parking: If required, we will put out ‘no parking’ signs and cones on the site to advise where parking is restricted. Please avoid parking in these locations as it will delay our works.

Weather: All of these works are subject to favourable weather conditions, for example heavy rain may affect the progress of the works.

Properties close to the carriageway may experience a temporary disturbance as this can be a noisy process and those properties may experience flashing lights and reversing sirens.

We would like to take this opportunity to apologise in advance for any inconvenience or disruption this work may cause, however this forms part of our continuing improvement for the East Sussex highway network.

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