In the recent months, we’ve worked closely with North Lincolnshire Council to improve the road conditions on our haulage route in Goxhill.
The works, which began in late-March, will be completed at the end of June. The work is concentrated on our haulage route into our Goxhill site and we’re pleased to say significant sections of Chapel Field Road, Ferry Road and East Marsh Road have now been resurfaced with fresh tarmac.
Our priority is to ensure the benefits are long lasting – we are stripping the roads, improving the road foundation and then resurfacing the roads. We’re pleased to have been able to work in collaboration with North Lincolnshire council, who facilitated the technical aspect of the work.
As the before and after images of East Marsh Road below show, the roads are now in much better condition and we’re thrilled with the results.
Other road improvement works carried out since the start of the project include:
- We’ve installed 14 passing places at Goxhill and Paull to minimise impact on local community from any increase traffic from our project.
- We have built a temporary road on Soff Lane so that our vehicles can avoid populated areas.
Our road repairs campaign is a fundamental part of the Humber Pipeline Replacement Project and we hope our neighbours see an improvement following these works being carried out.