Second public meeting called on Hatton's 10-month traffic lights

By James Smith

13th Feb 2024 | Local News

The meeting will be held from 6-7pm at Holy Trinity Church, Hatton (image via WCC)
The meeting will be held from 6-7pm at Holy Trinity Church, Hatton (image via WCC)

Another public meeting on the major roadworks in Hatton has been called by Warwickshire County Council.

Residents have been invited to a meeting on Tuesday 20 February to find out more about the works on Birmingham Road which will see traffic lights in place for 10 months.

The project to widen the road, build a pedestrian crossing point, and to improve footways, cycleways, drainage and street lights were due to begin in October but started at the end of last November.

Last month Warwick District Council's planning committee gave permission for developer Taylor Wimpey to use its temporary access road for new residents, as works to create the permanent new entrance to the estate will not be finished until the end of the year.

The next phase of the scheme focusses on constructing highway drainage; consisting of root cutting and lining existing sections together with installing new concrete pipework and connecting this back into the existing drainage system.

The meeting will be held from 6-7pm at Holy Trinity Church, Hatton.

For further information on the scheme go to www.warwickshire.gov.uk/4177unionview.

     

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