Resurfacing

We're currently delivering a planned maintenance programme which includes improvements to Medway's road network.

When we are looking at road resurfacing, there are a lot of factors that we consider. To find out about the criteria and how we use this information, download our resurfacing programme.

Potential carriageway resurfacing schemes for 2024 to 2025

Road name

Ward

Location description

Pheasant Road

Luton From Luton Road to First Avenue
Luton Arches Roundabout Luton and Chatham Central and Brompton Whole roundabout including Chatham Hill exit and entrance to roundabout
Marlborough Road Chatham Central, Brompton and Gillingham South From Lock Street to Hospital entrance
Globe Lane Chatham Central and Brompton Entrance junction with Dock Road
Victoria Street Rochester West and Borstal Whole road
East Row Rochester West and Borstal Whole road
Maidstone Road Rochester West, Borstal and Rochester East & Warren Wood From East Row to 30m north of Watts Avenue
Chatham Hill Luton and Gillingham South From Rock Avenue to junction with Whitehorse Hill
Sharsted Roundabout Hempstead and Wigmore Whole roundabout

Completed carriageway resurfacing schemes for 2024 to 2025

Road name

Ward

Location description

Ashley Road Rainham North Whole road
Sidney Road Rochester West and Borstal Whole road
Cookham Hill Rochester West and Borstal Whole road

Potential carriageway resurfacing schemes for 2025 to 2026

The indicative 2025 to 2026 resurfacing programme is subject to change based on annual condition surveys and funding availability.

Road name

Ward

Location description

Maidstone Road

Chatham Central & Brompton and Fort Pitt Pattens Lane to The Ridgeway
Watling Street Watling Eastbound and Westbound carriageways from Will Adams roundabout to junction with Woodlands Road and Rotary Gardens
Luton Road Luton From Castle Road to Albany Road
Hempstead Road Hempstead & Wigmore From Hoath Close to Ambley Road
Shipwrights Avenue Luton Whole Road
Cornwallis Avenue and Woodlands Road Watling Whole crossroads junction of both roads
Hempstead Valley Drive Hempstead & Wigmore Hungry Fox Roundabout to Chapel Lane

Additional resurfacing and other highways maintenance work delivered or to be delivered with the new 2023/24 and 2024/25 funding unlocked from the Network North plan

The Department for Transport (DfT) is asking all local highway authorities that are not in Mayoral Combined Authority areas to publish prominently on their websites a plan for the additional resurfacing and other highways maintenance work they will deliver with the new 2023/24 and 2024/25 funding unlocked from the Network North plan.

To find out more about the information requested by the DfT in relation to Medway Council, download the reallocation funding plan.

Completed carriageway resurfacing schemes for 2024 to 2025 as part of the Network North plan

Road Name Ward Location description
Hempstead Valley Drive Hempstead & Wigmore Opposite Hickory Dell
Grain Road All Saints Junction with Thamesport
Wayfield Road Luton & Wayfield Outside Wayfield Primary School

Other schemes

More about our highways improvements and our current highway schemes that go beyond resurfacing.

We're currently delivering a regeneration programme which includes improvements to Medway's road network.

Find out about Medway's regeneration programme.

View all permitted works by us and other providers.