Work to repair potholes will take place in Hull.
Potholes across Hull are to be treated as part of a special road surfacing scheme

Potholes to be repaired across Hull over next two weeks

Work to repair potholes will take place across Hull over the next two weeks.

It will see specialist surface treatment to repair potholes in 36 streets across the city.

The procedure sees the application of micro-asphalt, a cold-laid, thin material that reduces the number of potholes and reduces the chances of them reappearing.

About 45,000 sq m of road surface will be treated across the residential streets.

It will see some road closures in place, while others will be managed under a stop-and-start system.

See below for the full list of works:

Road Date – April Traffic management
Courtway Road Completed
Roseberry Street Completed
Barnstaple Road Completed
Dalwood Close Completed
Resevoir Road Completed
Withernsea Street Completed
East Ella Drive Completed
Rosedale Grove Completed
Wells Street Completed
Belgrave Drive Tues 16 Stop/go
Gee Street Tues 16 Closure
Wellsted Street Tues 16 – Wed 17 Closure
The Paddock Wed 17 – Thurs 18 Closure
The Roundway Wed17 – Thurs 18 Closure
The Oval Wed 17 – Thurs 18 Closure
Cholmley Street Thurs 18 Stop/go
Hinderwell Street Tues 23 Closure
Whitworth Street Tues 23 Stop/go
Avon Street Tues 23 Closure
Beech Avenue Shop Access Tues 23 – Wed 24 Closure
Thoresby Street Tues 23 – Wed 24 Stop/go
Louis Street Wed 24 Closure
Freehold Street Wed 24 – Thurs 25 Closure
Severn Street Wed 24 – Thurs 25 Closure
Whitehall Gardens Thurs 25 Closure
Brunswick Avenue Thurs 25 Closure
Fern Close Thurs 25 Closure
Robson Avenue Thurs 25 – Fri 26 Closure
Mitcham Road Fri 26 Closure
Tilworth Road Fri 26 Stop/go
Leicester Street Fri 26 Closure
St Hilda Street Fri 26 Closure
Wellesley Avenue Sat 27 Stop/go
Hymers Avenue Sat 27 Stop/go
Fenchurch Street Sat 27 – Sun 28 Stop/go
Stepney Lane Sun 28 Stop/go
Dalton Street (Access) Sun 28 Closure

Councillor Anita Harrison, Hull City Council’s portfolio holder for highways, said: “The vast majority of these works are taking place outside of the city centre, demonstrating the council’s commitment to repairing worn road surfaces.

“We apologise in advance for any disruption caused during the period of works, and ask that motorists are patient whilst we carry out these essential repairs.”

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