The road closures for the second phase of roadworks will begin at 8pm on Monday 11 June and last for approximately four months.
A map detailing which roads will be closed and the alternative routes can be found here.
Additionally, there is a Frequently Asked Questions page, available here, which will answer most queries.
If your question is not answered on our FAQ page, please get in touch using the details at the bottom of this page.
As part of the regeneration of Sittingbourne, the planned second phase of roadworks around the train station will cause significant disruption to those who drive in and around the area.
The second phase of the roadworks will include the closure of:
The station end of Dover Street
The station end of Milton Road
The station end of St Michael’s Road
The section of Station Street which runs parallel to St Michael’s Road
The programme begins on May 29 with the above road closures taking effect by June 11. The whole programme lasts for approximately four months.
Whilst we are taking steps to mitigate the impact of these necessary works, delays are inevitable. Residents are advised to plan ahead and review their journey in order to minimise the disruption caused to their travel plans.
Town centre visitors will need to review their parking options over the period of the roadworks and bus users should take note of temporary stop changes.
Full details of the works are contained in the Q&A section of this website (click here).
Further further information or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our roadworks hotline on 01795 602 011.
We apologise for the inevitable disruption this phase of the Spirit of Sittingbourne development will cause.
Those who commute through the roadwork area, and Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) are advised to make alternative travel arrangements and avoid the area altogether. There will be a diversion route in place for HGVs.