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Torbay Roads Undergoing Resurfacing Works this Week

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Torbay Roads, were hit, hard, over the winter and as such a few of the roads are in need of repair.

Beast of the East and Beast of the East 2.0 both impacted the Torbay road network.

Torbay council will, therefore, be continuing with their annual road resufacing programme, with major road works expected throughout June 2018.

Torbay Roads were hit hard over the winter

The road works are part of the council’s structural maintenance programme and are being done at a cost of £200,000.

The following roads will be affected between the 8th and 10th June, so please ensure you take care when using these Torbay roads, and leave enough time for delays:

  1. Higher Downs Road
  2. Grosvenor Avenue
  3. Hamelin Way (Southbound Only)
  4. Totnes Road (Cockington Village to Preston Down Road)
  5. Blagdon Road
  6. Stoke Road
  7. Roselands Drive
  8. Quarry Gardens

The dates shown are correct at the time of publication.

However, with the British weather, these dates may change.

Torbay Road resurfacing

The works are being carried out by Torbay Council’s surfacing partner Hazel & Jefferies Ltd, who will notify affected residents and businesses.

The notification will come prior to the works being undertaken in the area, pre-warning signs will also be in place.

Robert Excell, Executive Lead for Community Services said:

These annual works are important to ensure that our roads and footways stay safe for everyone that uses them.

The Council are working to minimise disruption to our roads so please ensure that you make a note of the days in which your road or area is affected and allow extra travel time if you are using any of the affected roads as there may be some delays.

Torbay Council have also asked residents, that if you’re away that weekend that you do not leave your vehicle parked on the street during this time.

Torbay Council recently secured an additional £163,000 from central government to help with Torbay Roads.

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