Killeagh N25 Pavement Strengthening Scheme Hoped to be Finished by Late June

By Alan Sheehan


The Killeagh village and N25 Pavement Strengthening Scheme is hoped to be completed by 30 June.
The works began in early September of last year and were expected to last 35 weeks/nine months but has been slightly delayed, partly due to an archaeological discovery on the westbound carriageway opposite the Church of Ireland graveyard, to take approximately 42 weeks.
MEIC LTD are the main contractors for the works which are anticipated to be substantially complete by the 30 June; however due to the complex and sensitive nature of said works delays may possibly be encountered and any and all of the following dates are subject to change.
The footpath paving works in the village centre—from the bridge over the Dissour River to Mogeely Junction—is hoped to be completed by 9 June. Works on footpaths and pedestrian crossing at the Old Thatch pub will then be undertaken from 12-28 June. As the works progress parking in the village centre adjacent to the works will be restricted on a rolling basis for both carriageways. Upon completion of the works the parking bays will be resorted.

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