A major road improvement scheme for two villages in the Holderness area is set to begin later this month.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is investing £435,000 in a scheme to upgrade roads near Burton Pidsea and Elstronwick and work is due to start on Monday 28 November.
Three sections of road will be resurfaced at Fieldend Lane and Burton Road in Burton Pidsea, and White’s Close Lane junction near Elstronwick.
To lessen the disruption to residents and businesses, the work will be carried out in three phases.
The road along Fieldend Lane, Burton Pidsea, between Southfield Road junction to Jubilee Road, will be resurfaced.
This is scheduled to begin on Monday 28 November and is planned to last for up to three weeks.
Work will be carried out between 7.30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
The road along Burton Road, Burton Pidsea, between Church Street junction and South Bowmar, heading towards Roos, will be resurfaced.
This is due to start on Monday 19 December for one week before Christmas and then restart on Monday 9 January for seven days.
The work will be carried out between 7.30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
During phases one and two, in order to carry out he work safely, temporary road closures will be in place with a signed diversion route in place for through traffic via the B1236 road.
The final phase will see resurfacing work at the White’s Close Lane junction near Elstronwick, which is planned to start on Wednesday 18 January for three nights.
Work will be carried out in the evening and overnight, from 6pm until 6am.
For the team to carry out the work safely, a road temporary road closures will be needed with two signed diversion routes will be in place for through traffic.
Cars and light vehicles will be diverted via Preston, Burstwick and Burton Pidsea, and HGVs will be diverted via Burstwick across to Hull and up to Bilton via Holdeness Road and the B1239 road.
The work will be carried out by the council’s own road maintenance team.
Information about access will be given to residents and businesses in the area.
Councillor Chris Matthews, the council’s portfolio holder for environment and climate change: “This work is necessary in order to improve these roads for the future and our team has worked hard to minimise any disruption.
“We’d like to thank residents and businesses in advance for their patience until this is completed.”