Paganhill benefits from £150m investment
Gloucestershire County Council’s highways crews will be resurfacing the A4171 Paganhill Lane, Stroud from Monday 20th August.
The A4171 Paganhill Lane is a busy A road in Stroud linking Cainscross with Paganhill. The popular road has deteriorated over time and therefore requires repairing. The road will be resurfaced from Monday 20th August to Friday 24th August between 9:30am and 3:30pm.
To help minimise disruption, the works will take place during the school holidays and the road will still be open during peak times. Your highways crews will complete essential resurfacing along the 3,675 square metres stretch of road with 435 tonnes of material.
Cllr Vernon Smith, cabinet member for highways and flood, said: “This important scheme forms part of our £150m promise to improve Gloucestershire’s roads. These works will have a major benefit to local businesses and residents in Stroud. I would like to thank road users in advance for their patience and cooperation while this essential work is carried out.”
What’s the diversion route?
From the northern end of the extent, take the A4171 (Stratford Road). At the roundabout with Painswick Road/Beeches Green, take the second exit and continue along the A46 (Beeches Green) to the next roundabout. At the roundabout take the second exit and continue on the A46 to the double roundabout. At the double roundabout take the second exit and again the second exit and follow the A419 (Cainscross Road) in direction to the Cainscross. The diversion is the same in reverse.