This page details notification of Road Closures as received by the YRIPC.

For further details please contact Dorset Highways’ Traffic team on 01305 221020 or the company undertaking the works

You can view the Dorset County Council’s roadworks, closures and events map by clicking here

TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF PUBLIC BRIDLEWAY 2, RYME INTRINSECA

All pedestrians, horse riders and cyclists will be prohibited from proceeding along bridleway 2, from grid reference ST 567 125 (point A on the map below) to grid reference ST 571 110 (Point B on the map below) a distance of approximately 1500 metres. The order is needed in order to comply with Health and Safety Regulations, which require the provision of safe working areas and to minimise the likelihood of danger to Highway Users. It will come into operation on the 19 March 2018 for a period of 26 weeks.  But it will remain in force for 6 months and can be, extended,

The Order is required to allow Balfour Beatty to carry out works to repair/replace the high voltage power lines for Scottish and Southern Electricity.   On this occasion there is no reasonable alternative route.   If you would like further information about the works please contact Darragh Healy, Wayleave Warden for Balfour Beatty 07566 292402. For further information about Rights of Way matters, please call Dorset Countryside on 01305 221000

Wessex Water are working along the Ryme Road to Replace the water main.

Our last mentioned timescale unfortunately was not used due to Council works on your local bridge during which we were unable to complete our works.

As of Monday 30/04/18 we will be completing our final connections on the Yetminster Crossroads and the entrance to Uplands. These are scheduled for two weeks of work including re-instatement.

These works do not require us to work under a road closure so will not restrict Ryme Road access.

We also have some re-instatement (Tar-Mac) works to complete in Ryme, this involves the removal of temporary tar mac used to re-open Ryme road and replacement with permanent. Again this will involve one days works and no road closure.

Please be aware that Wessex Water are advised of some other works going on in the Ryme area, these are not theirs.