Temporary Road Closures on Perimeter Road/Moss End Way/North Perimeter Road

Published on: Thursday, 21-January-2016

Highway improvement work at the junction of Moss End Way/North Perimeter Road/Perimeter Road, as part of the Knowsley Business Park Access and Connectivity Improvements, is almost complete.

The work involves the construction of a new roundabout making it easier for businesses, visitors and other drivers to access the Business Park.

For the works to be carried out safely, the following road closures will take place:
On Friday 22 January 2016 Moss End Way will be closed from its junction with Depot Road to Perimeter Road/North Perimeter Road. The southbound diversion route will be via Perimeter Road, South Boundary Road, Lees Road, Ashcroft Road, and Acornfield Road.  The Northbound diversion will be via Acornfield Road, Gores Road, Lees Road, South Boundary Road and Perimeter Road. View map.

On Sunday 24 January 2016 the whole junction of Moss End Way/Perimeter Road/North Perimeter Road will be closed. The southbound diversion route will be via Headbolt Lane, County Road and South Boundary Road.  The northbound diversion route will be via South Boundary Road, County Road and Headbolt Lane.  The diversion route to access Moss End Way will be via the northbound/southbound diversion route then via Lees Road, Ashcroft Road and Acornfield Road. View map.

As with all major road works of this nature, it is inevitable that some disruption will be caused, however, the scheme is nearing completion and the disruption will be soon be alleviated. In the meantime, it is of paramount importance that drivers adhere to any temporary traffic management and road closures in place, as this is for the safety of both the site operatives and the general public.

Any enquiries about the work can be directed to Irene Hopkins, Customer Liaison Champion at Dowhigh Ltd.

Irene Hopkins
Tel: (0151) 523 4372
Mobile: 07717 805769
Email: irene.hopkins@dowhigh.co.uk

As part of the Growth Fund investment, the Knowsley Business Park Access and Connectivity Improvements Scheme will be the first major transport initiative to be delivered in the Liverpool City Region following the devolution of funding from the Department for Transport. Further information about the scheme is available here.