Sea Road, Winchelsea Beach - Micro Asphalt Surfacing
What works are taking place?
We will be carrying out micro asphalt surfacing works on Sea Road, Winchelsea Beach.
When will these works start?
Micro asphalt surfacing work will take place 18-21 July between 7am-7pm each day. We will return on Monday 1 August for one night (7pm-6am) to install high friction surfacing.
Road closure information
18-21 July: Sea Road will be closed between 7am and 7pm each day from Winchelsea Sands Holiday Park entrance to just north of Old River Way junction.
1 August: The same section of Sea Road will be closed between 7pm and 6am.
Traffic will be diverted via Battery Hill, Fairlight Road, A259 Rye Road, A259 Winchelsea Road, A259 Main Road, A259 Tanyard Lane and vice versa
Information for local people
If it rains or is either too hot (temperatures over around 30°C) or too cold (temperatures below around 10°C) then we will not be able to carry out the work. We will reschedule these and let you know via the signs on site as to when the works will happen.
If you need vehicle access discuss this with the team on site to see if this is possible. We will always allow access for emergency vehicles. Pedestrian access will be maintained.
Prior to the surfacing works, we will be carrying out repairs to granite setts. These works will take place 4-12 July under temporary traffic lights.
Micro asphalt is a thin surfacing that is mixed in a lorry and laid on top of the existing road surface.
Micro asphalt seals and waterproofs the road and improves the skid resistance and ride quality, extending the life of the road by up 10 years.
We will return around two weeks after the micro-asphalt has been laid to raise any iron work that is low and reinstate any lining.
There will be ‘no parking’ signs and cones on site to advise where parking is restricted.