On Friday 23 February Amey and the Streets Ahead project will be at Stephen Hill Church on Manchester Road to take questions you may want to ask about their work in our area.
The event runs 10.30am to 11.30am. Coffee will be served.
Streets Ahead are circulating an update regarding the upcoming resurfacing work on Rivelin Valley Road.
For three weeks from Thursday 15 June the road will be closed 7pm-7am.
Amey have confirmed that any Manchester Road verges that are damaged as part of the Streets Ahead project will be repaired.
Spokesperson Claire Tideswell said: “I have been speaking with our site team and they have advised me that when doing the pavement resurfacing work there may well be some minimal verge damage as a result of the work we’re doing. This will be likely from week commencing 27 February as we move closer towards Crosspool.
“Once the work has been completed we will then re-soil and re-seed any areas which have been damaged as a result of the works. We will take as much care as possible but some damage will unfortunately be inevitable.
“The contractor is aware of the bulbs which are planted in the verges and have bought their concerns to our attention.”
Find out the latest at www.sheffield.gov.uk/manchesterroadworks
Find out more at www.sheffield.gov.uk/manchesterroadworks
An update from Amey, which came via our councillors, on flash flooding in Crosspool:
Further to concerns over Cardoness Road, Barholm Road and Dransfield Road from recent flash flooding we would like to confirm that our design engineers have been working hard to investigate and find a remedy for this issue.
Unfortunately this isnt a quick fix and we need to ensure that the correct resolution is found for this issue to avoid any recurrence in the future.
We are meeting with our contractor this week to discuss further and will keep you updated with our intentions moving forward.
Residents can expect disruption from 13 April as the main roads around Broomhill are resurfaced as part of the Streets Ahead programme.
Roads will close between 7pm and 7am as the work takes place. The disruption will also have an impact on buses and on-street parking.
Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times and access to businesses will be unaffected.
Resurfacing of the Gladstone Road to Manchester Road section of Fulwood Road will begin on Monday 21 March and is expected to last about two weeks. The work will take place 7pm to 7am.
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.
The removal of the current Sandygate Road white lines and the painting of a white line in the original position on the road is scheduled for Tuesday 2 February. Wednesday 3 and Thursday 4 February have been allocated as additional work days in case of weather problems.
Residents raised concerns over the markings online and at the Crosspool Forum Open a Meeting in October. Earlier this month Crookes Councillor Geoff Smith confirmed that the lines are to be put back back to where they were before.