– Carriageway Works in Pellhurst Road, Ryde

Island Roads have informed the Town Council about the carriageway works that are due to take place in Pellhurst Road, and  provided some information and guidance in relation to what will happen during the works, to enable you to plan accordingly. 

Summary of Works

Type of Work:

·       Trial pit investigation works

Location of works:

·       Pellhurst Road, Ryde between Ratcliffe Avenue and Arthur Street

Date of works:

·       Monday 8th April 2019 & Friday 12th April 2019

Time of works:

·       9am to 3pm on each day

Safety measures during works:

·       Road closure between Ratcliffe Avenue and Arthur Street

·       Emergency access will be maintained.


If you would like assistance whilst Island Roads are working in your street, and you have a medical condition, a disability and/or a social care problem such as mobility problems or near-term pregnancy that may impact you or another using the footway and/or road please contact us, so arrangements can be made to assist you.  

Contact a member of the Island Roads team
Help desk number:  01983 822440 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
Email: info@islandroads.com 

In an emergency

We work closely with the emergency services to inform them of works taking place across the Island and will assist the emergency services to safely pass through the site, should they need to access the works area in the event of an emergency.

Waste collection 

If these works coincide with your usual waste collection day, please ensure your waste is on the kerbside before 7am to enable its early collection.


For more information you can:

Call:       Island Roads Help desk by telephoning: 01983 822440

View:    www.islandroads.com for more information about Island Roads and the services we provide and to view future planned works happening in your local area.

Talk:      To teams on site.  They are committed to improving the Island’s highways and the site team will be clearly identifiable during the works and happy to answer any questions you may have.

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