Vyrnwy live updates
We'll do all we can to keep things flowing...
Thanks for your patience, we really do understand that construction activity and roadworks can be a pain. We'll do all we can to minimise disruption and keep traffic moving as much as possible while our teams are working on the Vyrnwy Aqueduct Modernisation Programme.
We may only need to set up simple give-way traffic management to provide a safe environment when creating our site accesses or receiving deliveries. If the working areas are located on the road, this may require temporary lane or road closures. In most instances we can use traffic lights to keep communities, road users and our teams safe. The table below provides further details about the proposed traffic management requirements.
All businesses will be open as usual while we're working. Further information and current status on our programme for the Malpas to Tarporley phases of work can be found here.
You can find out more about our overall plans to modernise the Vyrnwy Aqueduct by visiting our dedicated virtual exhibition
|Parish||Road or location||Details||Dates|
|Utkinton and Cotebrook||Tarporley Road (A49)/Eaton Lane||Three-way traffic lights||
18 September 2023 to 17 January 2024
|Delamere and Oakmere||Abbey Lane (B5152) - access to Cherry Orchard||Two-way traffic lights||25 September 2023 to 26 January 2024|
|Delamere and Oakmere||Fishpool Road (B5152)||Two-way traffic lights||25 September 2023 to 26 January 2024|
|Delamere and Oakmere||Abbey Lane (B5152)||Single lane closure with diversion in place||5 October 2023 to 26 January 2024|
|Delamere and Oakmere||Station Road (B5152)||Two-way traffic lights||Early 2024|
|Delamere and Oakmere||Station Road (B5152) junction with Eddisbury Hill||Three-way traffic lights||Early 2024|
|Delamere and Oakmere/Norley||Blakemere Lane||Two-way traffic lights||Early 2024|
|Norley||Forest Lane||Temporary road closure||Early 2024|
|Aston||Aston Lane||Two-way traffic lights||Still to be confirmed|
|Norton South||Murdishaw Avenue||Three-way traffic lights||Expected early 2024|