Ian Yuill

Liberal Democrat councillor for Mannofield, Airyhall, Braeside, Broomhill, Garthdee, Kaimhill and Ruthrieston Learn more

Holburn Street closure extended because of burst water main

by Ian Yuill on 24 March, 2024

The closure of Holburn Street between its junctions with Broomhill Road and Nellfield Place has been extended because of a burst water main. Holburn Street is now due to reopen at 5pm on Wednesday 27th March. The southbound carriageway (towards the Bridge of Dee) has been re-opened.

Bus services will continue to be diverted. You can find details of the bus service diversions here.

The full Temporary Traffic Order is:

Changes in Temporary Traffic Order – Holburn Street

An existing Temporary Traffic Order has been modified. The details are as follows :
Category :Road Closure
Traffic Order Number :13721234
Emergency : No
Start Date and Time : 07 March 2024 04:00
End Date and Time : 27 March 2024 17:00
Location : Holburn Street
Description : The effect of the order is to impose a prohibition of driving on Holburn Street, Aberdeen, from Broomhill Road to Nellfield Place (including both roundabouts). The restrictions are in the interests of public safety during ACC road maintenance works.
Alternate Route : Northbound – Whinhill Road, Ferryhill Road, Millburn Street, South College Street, Wellington Place, Springbank Road and Willowbank Road. Southbound – Great Western Road, South Anderson Drive

Easting : 393160
Northing : 805119
Tagged As : RoadWorks,Road Closed

For any futher information please contact :
Email Address: Tmtemp@aberdeencity.gov.uk

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2 Responses

  1. Terry Paget says:

    Shouldn’t Aberdeen council have a much more helpful sign declaring “Roads Don’t Work!”?

    • Ian Yuill says:

      Terry, when my colleagues and I took control of the Council in May 2022, we made a commitment to invest more in resurfacing and properly repairing Aberdeen’s roads and pavements. We added £4 million to the roads and pavements resurfacing and repairs last year and will continue to invest more every year until Aberdeen’s roads and pavements are once more of an acceptable standard. That though will ake a number of years.

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