Up to five weeks of road closures at Lymm for carriageway resurfacing


UP to five weeks of road works have been scheduled for Massey Brook Lane at Lymm from its junction with the A56.

The works, scheduled to take place from June 3rd, will result in road closures from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm as and when signed on site, to allow carriageway resurfacing to take place.

Warrington Borough Council has made an Order under Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The effect of which is to introduce a prohibition of driving & clearway as follows: Massey Brook Lane from its junction with Camsley Lane/Booth’s Hill Lane to its junction with Booth’s Lane/Weaste Lane; Massey Avenue from its junction with Massey Brook Lane for 25 metres; Booth’s Lane from its junction with Massey Brook Lane for 50 metres; Weaste Lane from its junction with Massey Brook Lane for 50 metres.
The Order will be effective from 3rd June 2024 for 5 weeks, between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm, as and when signed on site. Access will be under the control of the relevant Contractor for the duration of the works. The alternative route will be via Camsley Lane, Stockport Road, Knutsford Road, Cliff Lane, Weaste Lane and vice versa or via Booth’s Hill Road, Elm Tree Road, Cherry Lane, Booth’s Lane and vice versa. The restrictions are required for carriageway surfacing.


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