Work underway on
£6m Priory Way Scheme
A Jackson team has started work on a major highways improvement project in East Yorkshire.
The £6million Priory Way scheme is being delivered on behalf of Hull City Council and includes a significant road widening programme together with the construction of a shared-use path for pedestrians and cyclists and new traffic islands.
The team has already completed the ECI and design stage of the project, which involved site investigation works to facilitate the design and the installation of highway variable message signs (VMS). The signs will be used to give road users advance notice of roadworks, delays and events that may affect the city centre road network.
Work underway on £6m Priory Way scheme
The whole scheme will take 13 months with a completion date set for Spring 2023. It is expected that the improvements to Priory Way will pave the way for further development of the Priory Park East business park in west Hull.
Work underway on £6m Priory Way scheme

'The Priory Way scheme is excellent news for the city as it will allow further investment in Priory Park East, creating more jobs for the people of Hull.'

Councillor Dean Kirk, Portfolio Holder for Roads, Highways and Transport, Hull City Council