Footway Improvement Scheme at Beam Street, Nantwich

Beam Street, in Nantwich, will be closed for footway improvement works that will see pedestrian and road safety enhancements and include an upgrade of the zebra crossing, new kerbing and central island improvements.

Nantwich town centre (photo: Jonathan White)

From 27 June, Beam Street will be closed at all times for 18 weeks. The improvement works will take place in three phases:

Phase 1: Manor Road to junction adjacent to Pepper Street;         

Phase 2: Manor Road to outside Hays Travel;  and

Phase 3: Outside Hays Travel to the crossroad traffic lights.         

During the footway improvement scheme, the popular taxi rank outside of B&M will be relocated to High Street, during phases one and two. All businesses in the area will remain open as usual for the duration of the works.

Emergency access will be maintained and diversions should be followed. Local residents and businesses have been informed of access points to their properties.

Following the improvement scheme, works will start in October to resurface and re-line Beam Street, Nantwich.

Keep up to date with the latest developments via the @CECHighways twitter account or online at: cheshireeast.gov.uk/highways. Any queries can also be directed to Cheshire East Council’s customer contact centre, on 0300 123 5020.