The work is scheduled to start during the week of the 21-25 April 2014. It is expected to take up to fifteen days and the crews will be working on site on weekdays between 9:30am and 4pm.
Amey will put signs on the road to confirm the precise start date.
As vehicles can't drive over hot tarmac, the section of the road affected will be closed to all traffic while surfacing is being carried out.
If you require access for medical/personal reasons, you can contact Amey on 0121 303 6644 (option 2), to discuss how access can be arranged. Pedestrian access will be maintained as well as access for emergency vehicles. That number can also be used for any other questions that you might have.
During working hours, it will not be possible to park on the road. Cars left will have to be removed and this may incur a cost to the registered keeper. There are also likely to be speed and width restrictions while the work is carried out, as well as road closures.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but this work needs to be done and is usually completed well within the time allocated.