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B5017 Five Lanes End, Needwood

We will shortly be carrying out significant works at Five Lanes End Roundabout and Tutbury road, Needwood as we start work on a £80,000 investment in the local area. The team will be replacing damaged kerbs, loose ironwork and resurfacing the carriageway at each approach to the island and the gyratory of the island itself.

When are the works taking place?

The works started on approximately 24 June 2019 and will take place between the hours of 7:30pm and 6am.

How long will the works take?

It will take approximately 10 days to complete the works.

Will I be able to access my home/business?

Access to properties and businesses along the length of the works will be available throughout the job although may be restricted at times as we carry out these essential repairs. 

What effect could the works have on me?

We take care to make sure that work is completed with the minimum of disturbance to the local community but as with any major works, some minor traffic delays may occur. A diversion route will be in place and the roundabout will be split in to two sections, to enable the works to be carried out effectively. The diversion route is likely to effect journey times

How you can help us

It would be much appreciated if you could ensure vehicles are not parked on the road during the day whilst the work is in progress. Should this cause any problems or concerns then please do not hesitate to call the number below or alternatively speak to the construction crew on site to allow arrangements to be put in place.

You can also help us to get the job done with the minimum of fuss by following this advice:

  • Please keep children away from the works to ensure their safety. 

  • Please drive appropriately through the works.

  • Check your shoes before entering your property or car to make sure there is no bitumen from the works. 

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