Stockton Borough Council is currently co-ordinating two major highway improvement schemes across the Borough.
Specific Scheme details and site plans can be accessed by viewing the information below:
Stockton Borough Council have been working in partnership with Lumsden and Carroll to undertake a major highway improvement scheme in order to alleviate traffic congestion at Ingleby Barwick.
The main highway works are now complete and the junction is open to road users and pedestrians.
There are still some minor works being carried out to complete the project but these will only have minimal impact to the public.
Work to create a new roundabout on the A1044 Leven Bank Road are now underway.
The construction of the roundabout will provide the necessary access to the multimillion pound Mount Leven village development. Weather dependent, the works are set to take 18 weeks to complete and traffic management will be in place throughout. The first phase of work will include off-peak lane closures, with traffic signals, when necessary between 9.30am and 3pm in order to install cross-road ducts, drainage and street lighting. The second phase will see traffic using the newly constructed area as works continue in the existing carriageway, with off-peak lane closures in operation when necessary.
Final surfacing and lining works will then be completed during night time closures of the A1044 Leven Bank Road, with a signed diversion route in place.
We will do out utmost to minimise disruption and inconvenience to residents and road users and would ask for your patience and understanding while these works are being completed.
Our current Road Works Report provides further information.