Pride in Our Community work happening this week: 16 April 2018
Here’s an update on the work our crews are doing this week.
Roads – Resurfacing of the High Friction Surfacing will be taking place in parts of Cotwall Roundabout, Bridge Bank and Ironbridge Road, Ironbridge. Highway improvements will be starting in Teague’s Crescent, Richmond Avenue and New Road, Wrockwardine Wood; Catherton and Dodmoor Grange, Stirchley. Work on the A442 (Leegomery roundabout to Sparrowhawk Way Junction) continues. Work will also be starting in Dulwich Grange and Sunnymead, Sutton Hill.
Footpaths – Weather permitting, work will continue in Wombridge Common, Hadley & Leegomery and Sutton Hill. Work will also start in Dawley & Aqueduct.
Road lining and signage – work to improve signing and lining along the B5063 starts today (16 April) and is expected to take up to four weeks to complete. We will also be working in Chetwynd and Edgmond this week refreshing various road markings.
Street lighting – crews are continuing with upgrading lights to more energy-efficient LEDs in Wellington, Hadley & Leegomery, Brookside and Dawley.
Potholes – crews are continuing to find and fix potholes as well as repairing those potholes that have been reported. Please help by reporting any potholes you spot using this link.
Litter picking and grass cutting – estate crews will be out litter picking in areas around Brookside, Sutton Hill, Woodside, Hollinswood, Randlay, Stirchley, Malinslee, Leegomery and College. Anyone wanting to report an issue with littering in their area can do so here. Crews will be grass cutting this week on sites where it isn’t too wet.
Ironbridge – a pair of Grade II listed railway crossing gates have been removed for restoration. The gates were installed in c1862 and are believed to be the largest surviving crossing gates in the UK. You can read more about this here. Work to improve the paths and steps along the heritage trail that runs past the coracle shed in Ironbridge starts this week. More here.
Get live updates on street works and traffic management schemes in Telford here.