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Frederick's Place

Image of Frederick's Place with raised carriageway

​Public realm enhancements in Frederick’s Place aim to create a more attractive, pedestrian-focussed environment, while respecting the historic setting of the area.

Works are being delivered in five phases (736KB) starting in June 2019 through to early October 2019.

The scheme design (491KB) includes:

  • Raising the carriageway in Frederick's Place to footway level and repaving in small natural stone setts
  • Repaving the west footway in Old Jewry in York stone
  • Installation of heritage bollards, where they are required to prevent vehicle overrun
  • Improved heritage lighting
  • Introduction of a 7am-7pm loading restriction, to limit the number of vehicles accessing the space in the daytime.
  • Removal of an unused disable parking bay and relocation of motorcycle parking to Lawrence Lane.

There is no vehicle access for duration of the works

Pedestrian access will be maintained
Cycle contraflow will be maintained on Old Jewry

Works will take place during the following hours:

  • Monday to Friday: 8am-4pm, noisy works between 8am-10am and 12noon-2pm
  • Saturday: 9am-2pm

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Contact us

If you have any concerns regarding day-to-day construction management please email Katie Earley, the project engineer.