Learn more about 2024’s Grantham roadworks at public information event

The event will take place the evening of Wednesday 20 March.

Cllr Richard Davies, executive member for highways, said: “Following on from our announcement earlier this year about the £4 million we’re investing into improving the roads in and around Grantham, we want to invite those interested to come meet our highways team to ask questions and find out more about our plans.

“As a result, we’ve arranged a public information event in mid-March where those interested can pop in and speak to the folks behind each of the major road projects planned for Grantham this year. We’ll have plans and schematics on-hand to look at, along with engineers who can answer your early questions about the works and how they might affect you.

“We encourage anyone wanting to find out more about our plans for 2024 to stop in and see us on Wednesday 20 March.”

The Grantham Highways Improvements public information event will take place at the Jubilee Church Life Centre (5 London Rd, Grantham, NG31 6EY) from 6pm to 8pm. Doors open at 5:45pm.

The event will start with words from Cllr Richard Davies ahead of breaking up so members of the public can speak with their local councillors and the individual project teams behind each set of works.

Below is a list of the major road projects planned for Grantham in 2024*:

Spring 2024
• SKDC’s proposed changes to the Market Place in the town centre
• Reconstruction of sections of High Street, Great Gonerby and Gonerby Road, Grantham
• Construction of a new High Street, Great Gonerby pedestrian crossing

Summer 2024
• Reconstruction of Dysart Road
• Reconstruction of Alma Park Road
• Construction of a new Greenhill Road / Barrowby Road pedestrian crossing
• Construction of a new Barrowby Road / Poplar Farm pedestrian crossing
• SKDC’s proposed changes to Station Road and A52/A607 junction

*Specific dates and traffic management details for each project are still being finalised and will be shared closer to each scheme’s start date. However, a combination of lane closures, temporary traffic signals and daytime/night-time road closures will be in place as needed.
For more information about these and other roadworks in and around Grantham, visit: www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/granthamroadworks