Pride In Your Community Set to Upgrade Brockton Roundabout

Telford & Wrekin Council will be making improvements to Brockton Roundabout and roads approaching it over the next month as part of the two year Pride in Your Community programme.

Pride In Your Community Set to Upgrade Brockton Roundabout

The project will involve major resurfacing, repainting white lines and upgrading street lighting and footpaths in the immediate area around Brockton Roundabout. The work is due to start on Monday 20 October 2014 and is expected to take approximately four weeks to complete.

Diversion routes will be in place while the work is being carried out, and access to all properties in the area will be maintained to minimise disruption to local businesses and residents.

Pride In Your Community is a £13.6m package of environmental and infrastructure improvements aiming to significantly improve residential and employment areas including district and borough towns.

Councillor Shaun Davies, cabinet member for Neighbourhood Services, Employment and Skills, said: “The improvements we are making through the Pride In Your Community programme support the Council’s business and housing growth agenda and are addressing issues that are important to local people.

“It’s great to see work being carried out across the borough as part of the programme. The upgrades to Brockton Roundabout will be a significant improvement to the area for drivers, pedestrians and other road users.

“We will try to cause as little disruption as possible during the works and appreciate everyone’s co-operation and patience during this time.”

For additional information about the works at Brockton Roundabout, including details of the diversion routes, please visit the Brockton web page.

If you need to contact Telford & Wrekin Council about these improvements, please call 01952 384384 or email

Diversion details: Access from Sutton Hill onto Brockton Roundabout will be closed for the duration of the works. A crossover has been constructed so that the Filling Station can remain open. The works on the roundabout will be constructed in 2 phases and this is reflected in the diversions.

Phase 1 diversion will be 2 way lights between A442 Bridgnorth approach and A442 Brockton Way approach, Access from Halesfield will be stopped. The diversion will send traffic up to Stirchley Interchange and onto the A442 Eastern Primary (West bound), Exiting towards Bridgnorth. This will be reversed for traffic from Bridgnorth.

Phase 2 diversion will be 2 way lights between A442 Bridgnorth approach and Halesfield 10. Access from the A442 Brockton Way approach will be stopped. The Diversion will send traffic up to Coppice Farm Roundabout and along Halesfield 16. Under Brockton way to Cuckoo Oak Roundabout and back onto the A442. Traffic towards Bridgnorth will exit Brockton Way, travel along Halesfield 16 to Coppice Farm Roundabout and down to Brockton Roundabout.

Access to Sutton Hill and Visitor attractions will be signed throughout the duration of the works.