Roadworks set to start in town

03/01/11 News'Potholes.'The damaged road surface on Burniston Road close to Scalby Manor.'110105e
03/01/11 News'Potholes.'The damaged road surface on Burniston Road close to Scalby Manor.'110105e
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THE first phase of a £2.5 million road resurfacing scheme in Scarborough will start next week.

Contractors for North Yorkshire County Council will start repairing Burniston Road on Monday, October 21, which was severely damaged by the winter’s Arctic blast.

The first part of the work will see major resurfacing of the Peasholm roundabout up to Field Lane.

It is expected to take five weeks to be completed and the first section to be resurfaced will run from Field Lane to Sea Cut Bridge.

The route will be closed on weekdays between 7.30am and 7pm while the work is carried out with diversions put in place.

Contractors are also expected to carry out improvements on Scalby Road, between Coldyhill Lane and Sea Cut Bridge before Christmas, with work on Filey Road and Westborough to Falsgrave Road up to Scalby Road taking place after the festive period.

The county council have confirmed the majority of that work will take place overnight.