Traffic Regulation Order (TRO)
Temporary prohibition or restriction on roads
Order number: 137, 2021
Giffords Cross Road, Corringham
1) The Borough Council of Thurrock, in exercise of their powers under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other powers, has made an Order the effect of which is to:
- prohibit any vehicles from travelling along Giffords Cross Road from its junctions with The Manorway and Park Road, including the slip to The Manorway
- prohibit any vehicle from travelling along Springhouse Road between its junctions with Princes Avenue and Giffords Cross Road
2) The purpose of the Order is to enable several utility work companies to work in collaboration in order for works to be carried out within the carriageway.
3) The alternative routes are as below:
a) for eastbound vehicles wishing to get to Giffords Cross Road will be to continue on The Manorway, Rookery Hill into Giffords Cross Road
b) to get to Springhouse Road from The Manorway the diversion will be to continue on The Manorway, Rookery Hill, Lampits Hill, and Southend Road into Springhouse Road
c) for vehicles wishing to get to The Manorway from Giffords Cross Road the diversion will be Lampits Hill, Southend Road, Springhouse Road, Gordon Road (most southern entry), and The Sorrels onto The Manorway and around Corringham Roundabout to travel westbound on The Manorway
d) from Springhouse Road you will follow the diversion above from Gordon Road
Access will be maintained for residents and businesses.
4) The Order will come into force on Monday 27 September 2021 at 9:30am and will remain in force continuously until Friday 15 October 2021 at 5pm. It only applies to those days and times when indicated on site by the presence of the appropriate traffic signs in accordance with The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016.
5) It is expected that the works will be completed within the above times, however the Order will continue in force for a period not exceeding 18 months or until the works have been completed, whichever is the sooner.
6) If the works are not completed within 18 months, the Order may be extended for a longer period with the approval of the Secretary of State.