Residents can expect disruption for the next three weeks as the main roads in Crookes are resurfaced, starting from Monday.
Heavygate Road, Northfield Road, Crookes and Crookes Road will all be closed between 7pm and 7am.
There will be no on-street parking on these roads.
Road Resurfacing Works in Crookes Starting 7th March – Crookes Forum
The Watt Lane/Cairns Road roadworks are due to finish by Thursday 19 February
The ongoing work by Yorkshire Water to repair a burst water main on Watt Lane is scheduled to finish by tomorrow, Thursday 19 February.
Three-way temporary traffic lights are in place.
Three-way signals are in place on Watt Lane
Traffic lights were installed installed today on the Watt Lane/Cairns Road junction, causing minor delays to traffic.
The signals are in places that Yorkshire Water can renew lead piping. Work could go on until 6 October.
Queries should be addressed to Yorkshire Water quoting reference QB003167843150040.
Cairns Road: trees will be removed for the delayed resurfacing project
The resurfacing of Cairns Road for the Streets Ahead project has been delayed until the end of September so that some of the road’s trees can be removed.
It was due to take place the week commencing 14 July but inspections have revealed that a number of trees need to be removed because they are causing damage to the road.
This work has been rescheduled for the week commencing 29 September. Residents will be written to nearer the time to confirm dates.
Amey have confirmed that any trees removed from Cairns Road will be replaced.
Watt Lane: to be resurfaced as part of the Streets Ahead project
Work to resurface roads, replace pavements and install new streetlights is due to start on Crosspool streets in the Sandygate district.
Roads in what contractor Amey is calling zone B45 include Watt Lane, Selborne Road, Cairns Road, Cardoness Road and Drive, Dransfield Road and Close and Barholm Road.
Two separate road closures are scheduled for the second half of July. Cars parked on closed roads may be towed away, with a fee due to have your vehicle released.
Residents living in affected roads should have received letters confirming the details –
read a copy here (PDF, 71KB).
Streets Ahead Sandygate zone B45 latest – Sheffield City Council
Streets Ahead improvements are finally due for completion in Tapton Hill
The remaining work on replacing street lights and resurfacing pavements in the
Tapton Hill area is finally due to for completion at the end of June/early July, contractor Amey has announced.
Meanwhile, preparation work has started on some streets in and around
Sandygate as the Streets Ahead project moves onto the next area of our neighbourhood, with weeds and grass being cleared along curbstones.
You’ll have the chance to find out more in Crosspool next week about
Streets Ahead, the project to renew the roads, pavements and streetlights of Sheffield.
The Streets Ahead roadshow arrives in Crosspool at The Sportsman pub on Tuesday 13 May from 2-4pm and will then move on to The Florentine 5-7pm.
Resurfacing work is already underway in areas of Tapton Hill and work around Crosspool is scheduled to continue throughout 2014.
This online map allows you to search by postcode to find an approximate date for when the work will take place on your street.
Sandygate area road resurfacing in 2014
Roadworks in Broomhill caused major delays this morning
Roadworks and temporary traffic lights have caused major bottlenecks through Broomhill this morning.
Emergency work by Northern Powergrid is taking place to repair a cable fault outside On-A-Roll sandwich shop causing power loss to local businesses. Only one lane of traffic is able to pass through at a time.
Earlier today, the 51 bus was diverted in both directions, bypassing Weston Park and the university stops.
The map on roadworks.org shows progress with the repair, although there is no firm indication yet how long it will take.
Update 2pm: reports that Broomhill is now clear of the works and there are no longer any major hold ups.
A57 Manchester Road roadworks are finally complete
Manchester Road is now fully open to traffic travelling in both directions.
The road has been in various states of closure and repair since May 2012 due to serious subsistence.