Huddersfield Southern Corridors (HSC)
Reasons for investment
The southern corridors to Huddersfield experience delays, queuing traffic, and limited facilities for pedestrians and cyclists. These routes are often severely congested at peak times, which makes travel difficult, and travel times unreliable and slow. The scheme aims to reduce congestion, reduce travel times, improve air quality and enhance public realm.
Plans have been developed to improve four key locations on busy routes to the south of Huddersfield town centre. The four locations are:
- Queensgate - Huddersfield Ring Road, linking to Cross Church Street and Shorehead Roundabout.
- Folly Hall - A616 Lockwood Road / Chapel Hill junction with B6432 Colne Road and St Thomas' Road
- Longroyd Lane - A62 Manchester Road junction with Longroyd Lane and B6432 St Thomas' Road
- Lockwood Bar - A616 Lockwood Road / Bridge Street / Lockwood Bar / Albert Street / Crowther Street
The construction of Folly Hall is well underway and includes improvements on Queen Street South and Folly Hall itself. Works began on site in June 2021 and we are now entering the final stage of construction, which is the re-surfacing stage, and is programmed for January 2023. We anticipate the works will take 3 to 4 weeks depending on the weather.
In order to undertake the resurfacing works it will be necessary to divert traffic.
Lockwood Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) Local Consultation
Residents and business owners in properties close to the planned changes are asked to provide comments on the proposals.
Please review the proposed TRO plans and if you have any comments, please share them with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The TRO plans show the proposed restrictions and modifications to the highway which will be legally enforceable. A description of the proposed changes can be found at the TRO description
Those who have seen the design layout in December 2021, may notice that there are changes to drawings Lockwood plan 1 (HD/2/64313/LC-1B) and Lockwood plan 2 (HD/2/64313/LC-2B) where the yellow line road markings at the side roads' junction and the controlled pedestrian crossing near the school has been relocated to the other side of the new junction. If you have any comments on these minor amendments, please let us know.
Parking, waiting and loading restrictions
New general layout drawing (Lockwood)
Lockwood plan 1 (HD/2/64313/LC-1B)
Lockwood plan 2 (HD/2/64313/LC-2B)
|September 2020||Submission of planning and listed building consents|
|January 2021 - March 2023||Construction period (subject to funding approval and consents)|
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