The first phase of works in Nottingham’s £250 million Broadmarsh area transformation is continuing in the Wilford Road and Wilford Street area and is planned to be completed in the next fortnight.
Road resurfacing works will take place on the evenings of Monday 6 June to Friday 10 June, from 7pm to midnight and on the weekend of Saturday 11 June from 8am to midnight and Sunday 12 June from 9am to midnight. Traffic restrictions will be in place throughout the works, which have been scheduled to keep traffic disturbance and noise to a minimum.
Temporary traffic arrangements will be in place from Monday 6 June until Friday 10 June between 7pm to midnight, on Saturday 11 June from 8am to midnight and on Sunday 12 June from 9am to midnight. The restrictions will mean there is no entry to Wilford Road from Wilford Street, no left turn from Castle Meadow Road into Wilford Road, no right turn from Waterway Street West to Wilford Road and no right turn from Queens Drive into Waterway Street West.
During the resurfacing works, the Citylink 1 and W4 bus routes will be diverted and all noisy operations will be completed by 11pm. The temporary traffic lights and the no right turn restriction from Waterway Street West to Wilford Road could be in place until 17 June.
Councillor Nick McDonald, Portfolio Holder for Business Growth and Transport at Nottingham City Council, said: “These works are the first phase of the Broadmarsh area transformation activity. We are trying to keep impact on travel to a minimum but there will be diversions and noise at times. Please allow extra time for journeys or consider using one of the alternative signed routes during the works. The City Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.”
For more information visit www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/broadmarsharea