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Chelmsford Schemes

Schemes that are being carried out or developed within Chelmsford.

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Information relating to works on the Army and Navy in Chelmsford
The Army and Navy Sustainable Transport Package is an unmissable opportunity to re-design the Army and Navy junction - a crucial gateway to Chelmsford – while also providing better options for people to travel and encouraging safer, greener, and healthier ways of getting around the city. This page provides all the latest information and updates as the project progresses.
Information relating to improvements to the Boreham Interchange being carried out by Countryside Properties.

As part of the planning permissions for the extension of Broomfield Hospital Mid Essex Hospitals Trust were obliged to make improvements to the roundabout at the junction of B1008 Main Road and Hospital Approach to improve capacity. All approaches will be widened to two lanes with a revised and relocated central island.

Chelmsford's Future Transport Network - A zonal approach to transport improvements in Chelmsford.
The existing A130 between the Boreham Interchange and the A131 was originally built in the 1980s. It needs to be fit for purpose, particularly as Chelmsford continues to grow, catering for increased walking, cycling and public transport.
Oasis Bridge on the B1137 Springfield Road in Chelmsford, and carries the A138 Chelmer Road will be refurbished during 2021. These works will include bearing replacement works as well as a survey to assess and repair defects to the concrete abutments New vehicle safety barriers known as a vehicle restraint system (VRS) will also be installed as well as inspection platforms to support future surveys. Works will be carried out in phases, with traffic management altered according to the activities being undertaken.
Chelmsford City Council and Essex County Council are working together to deliver a new public square, at the top of the High Street outside Shire Hall.