Resurfacing works to start at Ffordd Derwen

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Road resurfacing work is due to commence at FFordd Derwen, Rhyl, next week. Work is…

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Road resurfacing work is due to commence at FFordd Derwen, Rhyl, this week.

Work is due to start from Monday August 8 and is expected to take up to four weeks to complete.

To ensure that the works are carried out safely, it will be undertaken in three sections using a combination of road closures and traditional stop/go boards.

The programme and extent of works is illustrated below:

· August 8 to August 15 – Between the new McDonalds entrance and Junction of Woodside Gardens – Road Closure.

· August 16 to August 25 – Between the junction of Cefndy Road and junction with Frances Avenue – Stop and Go Boards.

· August 26 to August 31 (excluding bank holiday weekend) – Between the junction of Frances Avenue and junction of Woodside gardens – Road Closure.

Within each of the sections subject to a road closure, all adjoining side roads shall be closed for the duration of the works.

Access to residential and business premises which are located on Ffordd Derwen will be available although some delay and disruption maybe experienced.

The alternative diversion route will be signed accordingly. Normal working hours shall apply to the works however, the working hours between August 16 and August 25 shall be between 7am and midnight for the initial phase of the work. This is to ensure that disruption to local businesses is minimised.

Cllr Barry Mellor, Lead Member for Environment and Transport, said: “Denbighshire County Council apologise for any inconvenience that these essential works may cause and we are grateful for local cooperation and patience during this time to ensure that the works are completed as quickly and efficiently as possible.

“We do anticipate that there may be some additional noise noticed during the course of the works especially during the evening however we are working to keep this to a minimum.”