Road Closure May 4th

Please note the information below from Derbyshire County Council:

Dear local resident,
Improving local roads – surface dressing work 2022
I am writing to let you know that we are planning to carry out surface dressing work to
repair and maintain the road surface in your area on behalf of Derbyshire County
Where is the work taking place?
We will be undertaking the work with a closure of Rectory Road, Moor Road and Moor
When will this work take place?
This work will take place Wednesday 4 May and we will be working during the day
between 7am and 5pm. We will then return at a later date to undertake the white lining.
Please note that all our planned roadworks are subject to change due to weather
conditions or unexpected circumstances. Any changes will be displayed on the yellow
advanced warning signs.
How will this work affect traffic?
Signs will be put up on the road before starting the work and the work will be
completed as quickly as possible.
Will there be access to my property/business?
Yes, if you are looking to access a property or business within the closure, we will
provide access for you. If the property or business falls outside the road closure a signed
diversion route will be in place that can be followed.
We will have staff on site who are able to assist with access within the closure. Our
priority is to keep you and our staff safe, this means that there may be a bit of a wait
while we make the site safe for you to travel to your property.
During the closure access to the works area will be restricted to:
• Essential highway personnel
• Local residents who live and reside within the road closure
• Businesses located within the closure (if applicable)
• Pedestrians, dismounted cyclists and equestrians
• Emergency service vehicles
Kier Highways Solutions working on behalf of Derbyshire County Council

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