60 bed assessment unit update: 2nd planned traffic diversion
Logistics Plan For Drop Off Points For AE Proposd Latest with signs 2nd Road Closure
Logistics plan for Drop Off Points for A&E (2nd Road Closure)
Continuing progress is being made on NGH’s new 60 bedded assessment unit. Key modules were put in place during December by crane, this phase is now complete.
A further road-closure will be required on 22nd January; this will involve some essential diversion of traffic around the site until 12th February to enable cladding and roof coverings to be fitted along with essential work to the bridge that will link the assessment unit to the hospital. In order to complete these tasks, a 3 metre clear working access area will be required for construction workers.
There will be no access to the main reception and A&E area of hospital site from Cliftonville whilst the work is underway, other than for escorted blue light vehicles. In order to gain drop-off access to A&E vehicles will have to follow the diversion route and enter the site from Cliftonville Road.
A printable version of the diversion map is available here.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Posted on Tuesday 9th January 2018