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- A466 OPENING TODAY 18 JUNE
- RAVENSNEST WOOD ROAD CLOSURE
- TEMPORARY CLOSURE BIGSWEIR TO WHITEBROOK ROAD, WHITEBROOK
A466 OPENING TODAY 18 JUNEThe following statement issued by MCC:
Works on the Wyndcliff site between Tintern and Chepstow are due to come to an end. The removal of the closure and reopening the road will take place by the close of today (Friday 18th June 2021). This follows weeks of work to stabilise the cliff adjacent to the road.
There are a number of outstanding works that will need to be complete and Monmouthshire County Council will need to temporarily reinstall two-way lights for a short period to allow the workers a safe area to complete these works.
There were plans to complete repair works on another section of bank near to Tintern under the current closure but due to ecological issues the works could not be started. Unfortunately, workers will have to return to complete these works at a later date but it is hoped that this can be done without a further closure.
Councillor Jane Pratt, Cabinet Member for Infrastructure and Neighbourhood Services said: "We are pleased to have completed these essential safety works and be able to re-open this important part of our road network. We would like to thank residents and business owners for their patience during this time."
This notice will expire on 23rd June 2021Return to top
TEMPORARY CLOSURE BIGSWEIR TO WHITEBROOK ROAD, WHITEBROOKThe road will be closed from 12th July, 09:00 - 17:00) for BT works to take place.
It is anticipated that work will be completed between 12th and 14th July.
This notice will expire on 14th July 2021Return to top
RAVENSNEST WOOD ROAD CLOSURERavensnest Wood Road will be closed for works to be carried out by BT from 12th July until completed before 30th July.
The closure will be from 09:00 to 17:00 and access for emergency services will be maintained.
This notice will expire on 30th July 2021Return to top
A466 CLOSURE NOW UNDERSTOOD TO BE 19th JUNETHIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
There has been some confusion in the messages received from MCC but the situation is currently understood to be a reopening on 19th June with traffic lights remaining at the more northern slip for the time being.
Any further update will be posted here when received from MCC.
This notice expired on 18th June 2021Return to top
TINTERN VILLAGE HALL TEMPORARY CLOSURETHIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
Tintern Village Hall will be closed from 7th June until 15th June for work to be carried out by specialists who will be removing asbestos from the roof space.
This notice expired on 15th June 2021Return to top
BUS SERVICE DURING A466 CLOSURETHIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
MCC has provided the following regarding the impact on bus services:
Colleagues in the public transport team have provided the following information regarding impact on bus services due to the A466 closure:
Buses will run as normal until the road is closed. When closed, there will be disruption to the through service between Chepstow and Tintern. At the moment the bus is too large to serve the diversion route so we can only run between Tintern and Monmouth and between Chepstow and St Arvans. Previously we put on a feeder minibus but this is not feasible at this time with the social distancing requirements on a minibus and the cost of putting this in place as well as driver availability as the company is currently having to run duplicate school services on some routes due to social distancing measures in place.
Mitigation measures are in place to ensure school transport continues to be provided.
This notice expired on 11th June 2021Return to top
EMERGENCY ROAD CLOSURE BIGSWEIR TO WHITEBROOKTHIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
Morrison Utility Services, working on behalf of Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, have made an emergency road closure along the above route, in order to repair a water leak.
It is anticipated that the closure will be in place until (and including) 10/05/2021. A signed diversion is in place.
Out of hours : Dwr Cymru Welsh Water 0800 052 0130
This notice expired on 10th May 2021Return to top
BARGAIN WOOD ROAD CLOSURETHIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
Welsh water will be carrying out works requiring a closure of the road from 30th April. The works will be completed before the anticipated A466 closure, 4th May, to avoid possible conflict.
This notice expired on 3rd May 2021Return to top
WYE BRIDGE, MONMOUTH EMERGENCY CLOSURETHIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
Wye Bridge, Monmouth will be closed this evening from 20:00 - 06:00 in order for emergency bridge repairs to be carried out.
It is anticipated that the closure will be in place for 2 nights. A signed diversion will be put in place.
This notice expired on 30th April 2021Return to top
THE COT EMERGENCY ROAD CLOSURETHIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
Morrison Utility Services, working on behalf of Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, have an emergency road closure along THE COT, DEVAUDEN in order to renew a leaking stop tap.
It is anticipated that the closure will be in place until (and including) 9th April. A signed diversion is in place.
This notice expired on 10th April 2021Return to top
A466 CLOSURE LATESTTHIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
The following has been confirmed by MCC:
- Welsh Government grant funding has been secured.
- Tree felling works are scheduled to start this week (29th)
- Alun Griffiths Contractors has been awarded the contract and will start on site on 6th April as hoped. Part of the first week will be site set up but the full closure will commence w/c 6th April.
- The contractor proposes to work a 6 day week meaning the road closure should be slightly less than the 4 weeks previously discussed. The works are scheduled to be complete before the first May bank holiday (again, as hoped). This is with the caveat of finding unexpected matters when they are working or cold weather delaying the start due to bats, but everything in our control is in place to achieve this.
- The Contractor has allowed in his method statement to allow for pedestrians and cyclists to be escorted/walk their bikes through the site.
- The last update from Gloucester County Council regarding their works near Redbrook suggests they are on schedule to finish on time.
It is envisaged that the work to make the small landslide at the village entrance safe will be carried out during the closure.
This notice expired on 6th April 2021Return to top
UPDATE ON A466 CLOSURE NORTH OF BIGSWEIR BRIDGETHIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
The work has been completed ahead of schedule and the road will be opened today (31st March) after road signs have been removed.
This notice expired on 6th April 2021Return to top
HAVE YOU BEEN AFFECTED BY FLOODING SINCE SEPTEMBER 2020?THIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED
The Welsh Government is providing funding for residents and businesses directly affected by flooding since 1st September 2020.
Financial support for Monmouthshire residents
If your home has been flooded since 1st September 2020 you can get up to £1,000 of help. To apply for this funding you will need to complete a short application form available on our website at: monmouthshire.gov.uk/flooding-support or call 01633 644644.
To qualify the property must be your main residence and your internal principal living space must have been flooded. Empty properties and second homes are not eligible for this financial support.
To apply you will need to supply the council tax reference for the affected home, your bank account details for the payment to be made, and your household insurance details where applicable (company name and policy number). To complete the process your application we will also need to verify that your property was flooded against our records.
Financial support for Monmouthshire businesses
Information on support for businesses affected by flooding can be found at: businesswales.gov.wales/business-flood-relief-fund
If you have been affected by flooding, you may be eligible for a discount, or an exemption on your council tax or Business Rates, for example six months exemption if the property is substantially unfurnished and unoccupied or an exemption of up to 12 months if structural repairs are required. Contact the Revenues team on 01633 644630 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our website provides further information about what to do if your home is at risk of flooding and other sources of help, such as foodbanks, community fridges, furniture and alternative accommodation. Visit monmouthshire.gov.uk/services/planning-for-emergencies/flooding
As the Lead Local Flood Authority, Monmouthshire County Council is continuing to work on investigations into the likely causes and effects of the recent flood events across Monmouthshire.
We work with, and make recommendations for actions by other Risk Management Authorities such as NRW and Welsh Water. For areas significantly affected, a Land Drainage Report will be prepared and we will be arranging further meetings with local communities and residents where required as soon as possible to discuss the findings.
This notice expired on 31st March 2021Return to top