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Planned June highways works
Up to four roads across the borough are planned for repairs and resurfacing throughout June as the council continues with its planned highways works programme.
A full list of roads set for repairs between April 2021 and March 2022 was released in March 2021, as the council’s highways contractor, Marlborough, will be repairing and re-laying full roads and stretches of roads that require immediate attention.
Works for the following roads are planned throughout June.
|Road Name||Planned duration of works - days/nights||Stretch of road being resurfaced|
|Richmond Avenue||4 Days||From St Andrews Road to Caulfield Road|
|South Avenue||12 Days||From Hamstel Road to Bournmouth Park Road|
|Trinity Road||5 Days||From Hamstel Road to Lyme Road|
|Eastwoodbury Lane||2 Days||From Comet Way to Snakes Lane|
A full list of the 30 roads and 31 pavements set to be resurfaced in 2021/22 can be found on the council’s website: https://www.southend.gov.uk/resurfacing
All road closures will be clearly signposted two weeks before work takes place. All work is dependent on the weather, as crews are not able to lay roads in adverse weather.
How to report a defect
If you are aware of any road defects or roads that need resurfacing or patch work, please report these online via MySouthend.
How we prioritise, repair and resurfacing works
The areas have gone through a strict quality check in line with the council’s procedure, which is based on various risks, and in accordance with the Highways Code of Practice. This procedure considers various items including road condition, bus routes, key routes, claims made, incidents, and flood risk.