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A164/Jock's Lodge junction improvement scheme

Information about the plans for improving the A164 Jock's Lodge junction to improve traffic flow and journey times.

What are the transport issues on the A164 and at Jock's Lodge junction?

The A164 is a major route serving the south of the East Riding of Yorkshire, west Hull and Beverley. It is also part of our primary route network and has the highest volume of traffic in East Riding, with some sections carrying over 30,000 vehicles a day.

The A1079 is the main route between Hull and York and also connects local settlements including the Beverley, Market Weighton and Pocklington. On the approach to Jock’s Lodge, the A1079 carries around 20,000 vehicles a day.

Jock’s Lodge Junction, where the A1079 and A164 meet, is the busiest junction in the East Riding and forms a pinch point on the local road network. Traffic lights were introduced in 2010 and these have helped to improve the roads safety record at the junction. However, traffic levels continue to increase and this causes severe congestion and long queues along the A164 on the approaches to the junction at busy times.

What is the council doing to address the transport issues on the A164 and at Jock's Lodge?

In the 2016 Autumn Statement, it was announced that we had been awarded feasibility funding from the Department of Transport's Large Local Major Schemes Fund to develop a transport improvement scheme for the A164 and Jock's Lodge junction. It was one of only 12 proposals across England to receive feasibility funding.

This funding was used to develop an Outline Business Case, which set out a preferred scheme option and explained how this could be delivered and whether it would offer good value for money. Our Outline Business Case for an improvement scheme on the A164 and Jock's Lodge junction was submitted to the Department for Transport in December 2017. 

In May 2018 it was announced that the scheme had successfully secured over £40m construction funding from the Department for Transport. The remainder of the scheme cost will be funded by the council.

What are the latest plans for the A164 and Jock's Lodge junction improvement scheme and how can I comment on these?

The scheme included in the Outline Business Case has changed slightly because of the challenges with the surrounding infrastructure.

The current proposals include a new roundabout on the A1079 with new link roads providing access to the A164 and Lincoln Way roundabout. The A164 route is maintained to Victoria Road roundabout, and to the south of the new junction, the A164 is widened to become a dual carriageway as far as Castle Hill roundabout.

Facilities for walkers and cyclists have been included throughout the scheme to link with existing facilities along the A164 and Beverley Southern Relief Road (Minster Way).

More details on the scheme can be found on the following website or in the scheme brochure:

A164 Jock's Lodge (external website)

A164 Jock's Lodge junction improvement scheme brochure (pdf 1.6mb)

A series of public events were held in February 2020 for residents and businesses to provide feedback on the current scheme. All comments received as part of these events were carefully considered and fed into the scheme that was submitted for planning permission.

What is the council doing at the junction for walkers, cyclists and other non-motorised users?

Facilities for walkers and cyclists are included in each of the potential junction options for Jock's Lodge junction. These link in with existing facilities along the A164 and Beverley Southern Relief Road. 

What is a Compulsory Purchase Order and why is it required?

A Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) is when the government, local authorities or utility companies have a Statutory Right to buy your property or land, or take a right over it, in certain circumstances. In order to exercise such rights the body must meet set criteria as laid down by statute. In particular, the authority must prove the purchase is in the public interest.

An Applicant does not have power to acquire the land until the appropriate steps have been taken to confirm the CPO. The applicants are also encouraged to agree land acquisition with the landowner rather than attempting to acquire by compulsion. Only when an agreement cannot be reached will be in a position to move forward with a CPO.

A CPO is primarily used in development that is considered to improve quality of life or as a public interest. The Statement of Reasons outlines intentions specific to the A164/Jock's Lodge junction improvement scheme and sets out why the land is required:

Statement of Reasons (pdf 356kb)

What happens next?

The A164/Jock's Lodge scheme secured planning permission in July 2020.

Following confirmation of all other statutory orders and consents, and completion of procurement, it is anticipated that the scheme could start on site in 2022. If the scheme progresses as hoped, works could be complete in 2026. 

If you have any questions about the scheme, these can be sent to:

Email: jockslodge.a164scheme@eastriding.gov.uk

What is a Side Roads Order?

A Side Roads Order (SRO) is made under sections 14 and 125 and in accordance with Schedule 1 of the 1980 Highways Act.

The making and confirmation of the SRO enables the applicant to improve, raise, lower, direct or otherwise alter highways, stop-up highways, stop-up private means of access to premises required as a consequence of the construction of a classified road, and to provide new private means of access to premises.

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