PUBLISHED AUGUST 23rd 2021:
Residents are being informed about road closures on The Strand on the attached pdf from Tuesday 31st August to Friday 3rd September during night hours. All details in the letter below:
PUBLISHED JULY 12th 2021:
Residents are being informed about roadworks on The Strand in the attached comms letter and diversion plan to cover the full closure of the Northbound carriageway of The Strand between Leeds Street to the area adjacent to Liver Street, for resurfacing works commencing Sunday 1st August with the expected completion on Friday 20th August. Working times will be Sunday to Thursday between 1900hrs – 0600hrs.
Northbound Side Roads:
Side road surfacing will commence on 15th August for a duration of 1 week. The side roads include Water Street, Brunswick Street, Georges Dockway and Mann Island. The side roads will be closed during the day and night with access by arrangement only for residents, deliveries, and businesses.
PUBLISHED JUNE 26th 2021:
Residents can read the latest newsletter update on works on The Strand below:
PUBLISHED JUNE 15th 2021:
- Please see attached comms letter and traffic and pedestrian diversion routes associated with the closure of Brunswick Street (West of The Strand) from 10.00am on 18th June through to 06.00am on 22nd June 2021. In agreement with the Liver Building, access to Canada Boulevard, Mann Island and Georges Dock will be through their private road at St Nicholas Place. A marshal will be on site to help direct vehicles if necessary.
- Night time full closure of the southbound carriageway of The Strand and James Street on Friday 18th June has now been postponed. New date TBC in due course.
You can read this information being made available about changes to pedestrians and car users over the coming weeks commencing Friday 18th June in this letter from the contractor:
And also review the latest map of The Strand project Phase 1:
PUBLISHED OCTOBER 8th 2020:
Anyone who uses the Strand to get to work, come into town or head across the city from north to south or vice versa needs to take a careful look at these changes which come into force this month.
From Monday, 12th October the southbound side of the Strand will be filtered down to one lane to allow contractors to excavate the footway to reduce the four lane carriageway down to two.
The one lane filter will come into effect for traffic after the Leeds Street and Great Howard Street junctions and will continue until Chapel Street junction, just after the Queensway Tunnel exit. Two lanes will remain from there until the James Street junction, opposite Mann Island.
This phase is due to end in November 2020, with further lane restrictions continuing from Chapel Street to James Street through to Spring 2021.
You can read a full report below in the Council’s press release and also look at the actual plans for the Strand phase 2 traffic restrictions (PDF).