11th May 2020
Pershore Infrastructure Improvement Scheme – Pinvin Junction
We are writing to update you about the works on the Pinvin Junction element of the Pershore Infrastructure Improvement Scheme.
As we’re sure you’re aware, work is currently suspended on site due to the impact of Covid-19. Further to recent guidance from Transport Minister, Baroness Vere, regarding the resumption of Highway maintenance and improvement schemes, work will resume in the next few weeks. All work will be carried out following the Highway Sector’s Site Operating Procedures which provide guidance on travel to work, welfare facilities, hygiene practices and other site management practices designed to control the spread of the virus.
At this time, we wanted to make you aware of a road closure in the area at the end of this month, needed for major utility diversions. Openreach and Seven Trent Water require the closure of Terrace Road between the Junction of the A4104/A44 for 100m of Terrace Road towards the Railway Station, from Saturday 23rd until Sunday 31st May. As with the other closures, diversions will be in place during this closure and advanced-notice signage will be deployed on site. Residents living in Terrace Road will be able to access the road and park as usual during the closure period. Pedestrian routes will also be maintained keeping pedestrians at a safe distance from the workforce.
Please note that the work programme may be subject to change and residents may be asked to park on the other side of the road during some of the days. You can find out more about the scheme and keep up to date with progress by visiting the County Council website at www.worcestershire.gov.uk/pershore
If you have any concerns about the work, please contact
Alun Griffiths Contractors (Ltd) on 03301 071484
The Major Projects Team
Worcestershire County Council