Works will commence on the 18th January to repair the footpath to the school in Datchworth. Works will take at least one day and will mean that the footpath near to the school is closed for the duration.
NOTICE is given that owing to the likelihood of danger to the public whilst emergency gas escape works are being undertaken, all traffic is temporarily prohibited from using that length of White Horse Lane, Burnham Green from a point 213m north of its junction with Burnham Green Road north eastwards, northwards, north westwards and north eastwards for a distance of approximately 569m metres.
If you have any queries about the emergency gas escape works or the temporary road closure, please contact Jon Kenny tel.0330 016 9696 at MLP Traffic or David Morgan tel.0300 123 4047 at Hertfordshire County Council.
The work is expected to take 21 days to complete when started on the 3 December 2020. An alternative signed route will be provided for traffic whilst the road closure is in place.
Following further discussions between Interserve and UKPN, the planned works on Sunday 6 December 2020 will now be delivered under a lane closure with temporary traffic signals will be in place between 7am and 12.15pm, and again from 1.15pm until 7pm. The road will be fully closed between 12.15pm and 1.15pm.
This is a change from the previous notification outlining that there would be a full closure of the A602 Ware Road from Whempstead Road to Stoneyhills on Sunday 6 December (7am-7pm) to enable UKPN to divert some of their cables.
Hertfordshire County Council is progressing with the final phase of the A602 Improvement Scheme, Section B between Watton-at-Stone and Tonwell with our contractor Interserve Construction Limited. Work is due to begin in mid-June with the site set-up, archaeological surveys and area fencing.
The Section B works involves enlarging the roundabout at the junction of the A119 with Ware Road to provide additional capacity for traffic, and realigning Ware Road from Heath Mount School to the existing southern-most Stoneyhills junction, to help reduce delays from people turning right and to improve the visibility on the road.
Preliminary Works Reminder
To complete some ecological work, a daily off-peak road closure (9.30am to 4pm) of Sacombe Pound is in place until Saturday 13 June. The road will be closed when signs are in place.
Phase 1: Traffic management
The roadworks are expected to last 18 months and Interserve Construction Ltd will be undertaking the work in a series of phases. Information on the initial phase of work is below.
|Tuesday 16 June
(closed from 7am)
|Monday 29 June
(open from 5am)
|24 hours / day||Whempstead Road closed||Whempstead Lane / Munden Road / Sacombe Pound|
|Tuesday 23 June
(closed from 7am)
|Wednesday 30 September
(open from 5am)
|24 hours / day||Ware Road closed from A602/A119 roundabout to
Watton House Lodge (western leg). Access only via High Street
|North up High Street, third exit at roundabout onto A602 southbound|
|Monday 29 June
(closed from 7am)
|Tuesday 14 July
(open from 5am)
|24 hours / day||Sacombe Pound closed||Munden Road / Whempstead Lane / Whempstead Road|
|Monday 29 June||Wednesday 15 July||20.00||05.00||Overnight works (Mon – Fri) at A602/A119 roundabout with
3 way traffic lights in place
|No diversion – road is open but delays possible|
|Wednesday 15 July||Thursday 16 July||22.00||05.00||Overnight full closure of A602/A119 roundabout||A602 / A1 (M) / A414 / A602|
|Thursday 16 July||January 2021||24 hours / day||Narrow lanes on all approaches of A602/A119 roundabout||No diversion – road open but delays likely|
|August 2020||February 2021||24 hours / day||Sacombe Pound permanently closed (access only)||Munden Road / Whempstead Lane / Whempstead Road|
Full details of the traffic management and diversions can be found on the one.network website.
Interserve Construction Ltd are working alongside Hertfordshire County Council’s Network Management Team to try and keep traffic disruption during this time to a minimum. Please give extra time for any journeys. We will also continue to monitor the traffic management in place and may make changes to the above proposals to suit local conditions. We will notify residents of changes if and when required.
Hertfordshire County Council is working closely with Interserve Construction Ltd to follow government guidance on best work practices and social distancing. As part of the work to start on site the team has put in place a range of procedures to protect staff and the public, including:
- Staggering working patterns
- Only essential staff on site
- Providing all necessary PPE and hand washing gels
- Increased cleaning regimes and welfare provision
- Eliminating the need for contact wherever possible
- Enforcing social distancing
Some of the measures may mean that parts of the works will take longer to complete.
We understand that members of the public will see staff on site and want to ask about the project, but we would appreciate, where possible, all inquiries to be directed to our dedicated email address: . For information on our response to the pandemic, please visit the website: www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/coronavirus
If you have any queries about the project you can email us directly at: . For more information on the project visit the web-page: www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/a602.
A602 Improvements Scheme – Section B: Watton-at-Stone to/from Tonwell – Notification of Sacombe Pound Road Closure – Monday 8 June to Saturday 13 June
Hertfordshire County Council is progressing with the final phase of the A602 Improvement Scheme, Section B between Watton-at-Stone and Tonwell and main work is expected to begin this summer by our contractor Interserve Construction Limited.
Over the past months we have been undertaking preliminary ecological and vegetation work. As part of this work, a daily off-peak road closure of Sacombe Pound will be put in place from Monday 8 June to Saturday 13 June. Between 9.30am to 4pm each day, Sacombe Pound will be closed from the A602 Ware Road junction to Sacombe Green Road. A diversion will be in place via Munden Road / Whempstead Lane / Whempstead Road / A602 Ware Road and the same in reverse. The road will be closed when signs are in place. Full details of the closure and diversion can be found: https://one.network/?tmi=14871902
Our team is working alongside Hertfordshire County Council’s Network Management Team to try and keep traffic disruption during this time to a minimum. Please give extra time for any journeys.
We will send you updates about the upcoming main work road closures and changes in the coming week.
Hertfordshire County Council is working closely with their contractors to follow government guidance on best work practices and social distancing. As part of the work to start on site, teams have put in place a range of procedures to protect staff and the public including social distancing measures, wearing protective clothing and increased cleaning regimes. They have also been asked to reduce contact with the public, so if any members of the public have any inquiries they should be directed to our dedicated email address:
For more information on the project visit the dedicated web page: www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/a602
Hertfordshire County Council is progressing with the final phase of the A602 Improvements Scheme, Section B between Watton-at-Stone to Tonwell, with work expected to start on site in summer 2020.
To meet design standards and ensure the safety for road users, Hertfordshire County Council is putting forward a proposal to introduce a 50mph speed limit running from the A119 roundabout to just south of the Stony Hills junction of the A602. The proposed speed limit has been reviewed against the Council’s Speed Management Strategy and endorsed by the Hertfordshire Speed Management Group, that includes the Police and the Road Safety team.
To change the speed limit, an application for a Permanent Traffic Regulation Order (PTRO) has been submitted and in line with statutory requirements, a consultation on the proposals is being held between 26 March to 18 April 2020. The proposal can be viewed in greater on the TRO web-page.
Objections to the proposals should be made in writing to:
Terry Curtis, Postal Point (CHO242), First Floor, East Link Corridor, County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford, Herts, SG13 8DN
Comments received in relation to this proposal only (the 50mph speed limit) will be considered as part of the decision-making process and recommendations to the scheme Sponsor within Hertfordshire County Council.
For more information on the project please visit our dedicated web page www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/a602. If you have any queries about the project you can email us directly at: