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High Catton Road - Temporary Traffic Prohibition

YO41 1DUPublished 15/11/23Expired
Yorkshire Post • 

What is happening?


East Riding of Yorkshire Council has made an Order the
effect of which is to prohibit any person from causing
any vehicle to proceed along part of High Catton
Road, Stamford Bridge from Smackdam Beck travelling
southbound for approximately 350 metres to the property
called ‘The Bungalow.’ The reason for the closure is to
enable the proposed installation of a new rising main
for the prison at Full Sutton works, to be carried out
and completed in a manner consistent with ensuring the
safety of the public. It is anticipated that the works will be
completed within six days. The alternative route for traffic
affected by the Order is via High Catton Road, Main Street,
Lofthouse Lane, Long Lane, A1079 York Road, Main Street,
Storking Lane, Ling Lane, Newbridge Lane, Moor Road,
Church Road and High Catton Road.
The road will be open at all times to pedestrians and for
access to the allotments and football club. The Order will
commence 20 November 2023 and continue in force for
a period not exceeding eighteen months or until the works,
which it is proposed to carry out have been completed,
whichever is the earlier. Further information can be
obtained from Streetscene Services, Highways Customer
Care, telephone (01482) 393939. Ref: PE.
Dated 15 November 2023
Lisa Nicholson

Solicitor • Interim Director of Legal & Democratic Services
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will, on request, provide this
document in Braille, audio or large print format.
If English is not your first language and you would like a
translation of this document, please telephone (01482) 393939.

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