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Toutley Road

Toutley Road

Schedule of work

  1. Winter 2018 / 2019: Data collection including archaeological and environmental studies 
  2. Summer 2019: Site preparation
  3. Summer 2019: Detailed design complete and planning conditions discharged
  4. Summer 2020: Construction begins 
  5. Spring 2022: Open for traffic

Current project status

Main construction works on a crucial section of the North Wokingham Distributor Road (NWDR) are set to begin from next month. Old Forest Road is planned to shut from the first week in September and re-open in Spring 2021. 

The works will include:

  • Upgrading the existing Emmbrook Bridge
  • Building of a new flood prevention feature
  • Upgrading Old Forest Road in preparation for the tie-in with the new road

 

Works will be carried out in two phases, to minimise as far as possible the impact on the wider road network.

  • Phase 1: Old Forest Road (Spetember 2020 - Spring 2021)
  • Phase 2: Toutley Road (Spring 2021 - Winter 2021)

 

Please refer to the construction phase plans and project newsletters for further details of the works and planned phases.

Design 

Detailed design is progressing. This will focus on re-alignment from the Matthewsgreen development to the Toutley Road Bridge bridge structures, incorporating drainage and soft landscaping.

Construction 

Construction is scheduled to start Summer 2020.  


To stay up to speed with all our Major Highways projects you can sign up to our Major New Roads Newsletter which offers you a summary of all the latest progress that we have made from planning applications to construction.

Take a look at the newsletters below:

 

For more a detailed updates about the Toutley Road section of the North Wokingham Distributor Road sign up to our contractor Balfour Beatty’s individual project update newsletters by emailing them at   NWDR@balfourbeatty.com.

The scheme is being progressed through a Section 192 agreement of lawful development (originally approved December 2017 and updated December 2018).

View the planning application to see full details and comment.

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