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Roadworks and Road Closures

We're responsible for monitoring and co-ordinating road works in Rutland to keep the public safe and reduce congestion and delays on the highways. 

Below you'll find details of all the latest roadworks taking place in Rutland.

You can view more detailed information about these roadworks and future works by visiting the national one.network website.

The interactive one.network map is searchable and shows details about dates, severity of impact, and who is responsible for the works. You can also sign up for emails alerts for road works in your area.

Latest works    

Sometimes road works are unforeseen and may not be listed if, for example, a utility company needs to carry out urgent repairs due to a power cut, a burst water main or a gas leak.

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Road Closures

Starts

Finishes

Company

Town/Village

Road/Lane

25/11/2019

 25/05/2020

RCC 

 Greetham

Stretton Road Lay-by

 

06/01/2020

06/02/2020

Hansons

Ketton

Empingham Road

 

18/01/2020

19/01/2020

Network Rail 

Ketton

Station Road 

 

20/01/2020

22/01/2020

Severn Trent Water

Uppingham

Tod’s Terrace & North Street East

 

26/01/2020

26/01/2020

Network Rail

Ketton

Barrowden Road

 

 

Temporary Road Signals

Starts

Finishes

Company

Town/village

Road/Lane

23/01/2020

27/01/2020

BT

Ryhall

Essendine Road

24/01/2020

24/01/2020

Coupland Surfacing

Ketton

Stamford Road

24/01/2020

28/01/2020

Severn Trent Water

Greetham

Stretton Road

 

Roadworks

Starts

Finishes

Company

Town/village

Road/Lane

23/01/2020

27/01/2020

BT

Ryhall

Essendine Road

24/01/2020

24/01/2020

Coupland Surfacing

Ketton

Stamford Road

24/01/2020

28/01/2020

Severn Trent Water

Greetham

Stretton Road


For more information and details of live incidents, please see the national one.network website.


Licences to work within the highway 

Any work within the adopted highway will need a licence from the highways authority. The highways authority issues application forms for the following works:

These licences enable us to ensure the works are carried out by an approved body with the correct insurances; they also help the council to coordinate work to mitigate congestion on the network. 

To apply for a licence please contact our Highways team by emailing: highways@rutland.gov.uk