Wednesday, 11 February 2015


At last Amey are to resurface PART the carriage way on the Dyas  Road you may be assured that as one of the Oscott Councillor who knows this road very well I will pushing Amey to do the rest of the road as soon as possible especially from the Old Oscott  Lane junction to Aldridge Road.
There will be some delays but along with Councillor Barbara Dring and Councillor Tristan Chatfield I will try and get Amey to get the work done ASAP.


What’s Happening, Where and When?

What:              Dyas Road Carriageway Maintenance
Where:            Rbt at Old Oscott La To Rbt at Birdbrook Rd
When:             Expected start during week ending 13/3/15
How long:      Approx. 5 nights between the hours of 1900hrs to 0600hrs
(for updated start / finish dates see yellow signs at either end of the road)

Parking and Property Access

A road closure will be in place and access to your property will be restricted. Amey must ask that vehicles are not parked on the road during the works. Vehicles obstructing our works will be removed by the City Council and a charge levied for release.  They  understand that vehicle access may be essential for some medical / personal reasons.  If you need to get a vehicle to your property during these works please ask their personnel on site or call 0121 303 6644 (Option 2).  Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times.

Traffic Information

Details of any bus diversions that are in place can be found at  Alternatively you can visit your local Travel Shop or call 0121 254 7272.

Works Information

The condition of the existing road has been assessed and Localised Surfacing will be taking place.

The opening description in this letter says where the works will be taking place as Amey do not always include the whole road length. 

Amey apologise for any inconvenience caused as a result of this necessary road maintenance and they will endeavour to complete the work with as little disruption as possible. Thank you for your patience whilst we work to improve your city’s streets.                                                  

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