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Yarm School access works to get under way

Friday, July 2, 2021

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Work to create a new three-way traffic signal-controlled access to Yarm School is about to begin.

The school have secured planning permission to construct a car park providing direct access to their nursery, pre-prep and prep schools.

The scheme is set to start on Monday 5 July with completion marked for the end of the summer holidays, aiming to minimise disruption as much as possible.

Temporary traffic signals will be in place on the A67/The Spital from Monday (5 July) to allow for necessary utility diversion works.

The main infrastructure works are then set to start around Wednesday 21 July.

These signals will be manually controlled throughout peak traffic periods to minimise delays as much as possible while enabling the works to proceed safely.

A pedestrian diversion route will be in place along with a temporary push-button controlled road crossing facility at the southern end of the works.

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