The work to install Ultra Fibre Optic cable across west York continues, with the following streets due to be visited between 20 November and 3 December for ‘advanced civils’ and ‘narrow trenching’ work:
Advanced civils: North Lane, Eason Road, Eason View, Thanet Road, Chaseside Court, Moorcroft Road, Glenridding, Moor Lane, Grassholme
Narrow trenching: Chaloners Road, Thanet Road, West Thorpe, Sandcroft Road, Farmlands Road, Highmoor Road, Wains Road, Acorn Way, Bramble Dene, Windermere, Glaisdale, Arundel Grove, Overdale Close, Moorcroft Road
The work to install Ultra Fibre Optic cable across west York continues, with the following streets due to be visited during the week commencing 13 November for ‘advanced civils’ work:
- Wordsworth Crescent
- Acorn Way
- Sandmartin Court
- Chantry Close
- Summerfield Road
- Ryecroft Avenue
- Heron Avenue
- Sherringham Drive
In addition to the streets listed above, ‘narrow trenching’ work will be undertaken on Leeside, Swale Avenue, Don Avenue and Eason View.
UFO works planned for w/c 13 November
There will be Stop / Go traffic controls on Alness Drive from 8am to 3.30pm, Monday 30th October to Friday 3rd November, during footpath resurfacing works.
The work to install Ultra Fibre Optic cable across west York continues, with the following streets due to be visited during the week commencing 30 October:
Chase Side Court
In addition, ‘narrow trenching’ work will start on St James Croft, Orchard Close and The Pastures.
The work to install Ultra Fibre Optic cable across west York continues, with the following streets due to be visited during the week commencing 23 October:
In addition, work is underway on Alness Drive so that the cable laying is completed before the council starts work on resurfacing footpaths.
We are pleased to report that work will shortly get underway to resurface footpaths on Alness Drive and on Deveron Way. The sections of path to be resurfaced are marked on the map below. The area of block paving on Deveron Way is to be replaced with tarmac.
Letters are being delivered to residents, with a request that any vegetation overhanging the footpath is cut back. The work is due to get underway from 30 October and is expected to take eight weeks.
The work to install Ultra Fibre Optic cable across west York continues, with the following streets due to be visited during the week commencing 16 October:
- Chaloners Road
- Don Avenue
- Swale Avenue
- Nidd Grove
- Trent Way
- Ganton Place
- Leven Road
- Wains Road
- Lerecroft Road
- Eason View
The City of York Council will start work week commencing 18th September 2017 to reconstruct some of the footways shown on the plan below. This scheme is programmed to take 2 weeks, weather permitting.
The work consists of excavating the current tarmac surfacing, laying two new layers of tarmac and replacing road kerbs within vehicle crossings.
Residents are being offered a discount on any new driveway requirements that they may wish to commission while plant is in the area.
The large hole which appeared in the footpath on Hob Moor near the railway underpass has been repaired after we reported it for attention.
This section of footpath had started to crumble away, and it seems to have been related to utilities work that was carried out some time ago.
Repair work underway
Before – the footpath was in dire need of attention
As part of a plan to upgrade the traffic signals at the St Helens Road junction a new Puffin pedestrian crossing facility is to be provided on the north side of the junction.
Full details are contained in this report
The report says,
“The replacement of the existing island has been proposed because the island is too narrow. It falls below minimum design guidance in terms of its overall width and the distance of its guard rails from the carriageway.
The substandard width results in difficulty for pedestrians in using the facility, especially those with prams and wheelchairs.
The substandard distance of the guardrail to the carriageway has resulted in vehicle strikes which in turn creates a maintenance liability.
The addition of a third pedestrian crossing on the north arm of the junction constitutes as ‘easy win’, in that it provides a desirable pedestrian facility without any significant detriment to the functioning of the junction.
There is no significant change to vehicular delays, queues, Practical Reserve Capacity or congestion.
Introduction of an additional pedestrian crossing on the north arm of the junction is a significant improvement for pedestrians as it serves a desire line accessing the inbound bus stop and Cross Keys public house.
Changes to traffic signals and junction layouts at George Hudson Street and East Parade in Heworth are also being considered