STONEHAVEN’S drivers face a spell of disruption with a string of road works on the cards.
Bath Street, Anne Street and Belmont Brae
There will be a temporary road closure and prohibition of waiting at the bottom section of Bath Streeet, Anne Street and Belmont Brae from Thursday August 8, for 18 days.
The restrictions are to enable works by a water company. An alternative route suggested for motorists is via David Street, Allardice Street, Evan Street, Slug Road, Bath Street and vice versa.
Work is set to begin on a major road maintenance project for the bridge over the Cowie on the A90 that will see over £750,000 in improvements carried out.
Contraflow traffic cones will be out on force on Saturday August 10 and will be a feature for approximately nine weeks. Bear Scotland say the A90 is used by around 28,000 road users each day. Full information is available on their website.
And finally, a council spokesperson told The Bellman Aberdeenshire Council has recently awarded the contract to resurface the road from the junction between Evan Street and David Street in Stonehaven – and expect the contractor to start work by the end of this month.
The work should take approximately five days to complete, however this will rely on favourable weather conditions.
Once a start date has been agreed, the contractor will be notifying residents and business owners of the works programme which will hopefully minimise any disruption caused by the works.