Road Closure – A3058

January 23rd 2018

The Parish Council has received the following email. Please direct any queries to Cormac on 0300 1234 222 –

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

Location:        Long Lane, High Street and Gwindra Road, St Stephen and Terras Road, St Stephen and A3058 Between Scarcewater Farm And Terras Road, Grampound Road and A3058 Between Menna Vean And District Boundary, Scarcewater, Grampound Road

Timing:           12th to 23rd February 2018 (09:30 to 16:30 hours)

Contact:          Steve Green, Cormac Surfacing, Tel: 0300 1234 222

The above closure has been approved.   Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents:

https://roadworks.org?tm=104306714

Applicants are reminded that they have undertaken to notify all interested parties known to be directly affected by the closure including, if appropriate, bus companies and all frontages on the length of the road such as local residents and businesses as well as other traders who may have to make deliveries and/or collections in the area.

Applicants and contractors are reminded that they are responsible for the provision, erection, maintenance and removal of all necessary signing.

Kind Regards

Streetworks 

Transport and Infrastructure Service

Cornwall Council

Tel: 0300 1234 222

 

6 Comments

  1. Kiley tellam

    I have not been notified and I live on long lane

    Reply
    • Office

      You’ll need to contact Cormac direct as they are the organisation carrying out the works. All the information that the Parish Council has is in the post.

      Reply
  2. Tracey Wellington

    This is absolutely ridiculous, the work should be carried out overnight when the road in question is not busy!

    Reply
  3. Louise Clark

    Will there be diversion stands out .
    As I’m new to the area.
    Live in St Stephen. Need to get into st Austell to work.
    Not sure of best route to take .

    Reply
    • Office

      We now believe it’s going to be a rolling road closure with a safety vehicle which means you’ll be able to use the road. However this hasn’t been confirmed by Cormac.

      Reply
  4. Colin Felce

    This road closure is complete travesty.Cormac have failed to provide sufficient diversion signage.HGVs approaching from the St.Austell end only find out when they reach High Street that they have to find an alternative route.Probably the same from the Newquay side.Having travelled along the repair stretch in the evening it appeared that insufficient work had been done to justify the closure.Why no rolling road or light control to keep at least one lane open.??? Whoever organised this closure failed to think his/her plans through thoroughly.

    Reply

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