Adlington Road remains closed whilst investigation into sinkhole continues

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Highways chiefs say investigations are continuing into the causes of a sinkhole which appeared on a busy Wilmslow road.

Adlington Road will remain closed for the foreseeable future whilst investigation continue to determine the cause of the sinkhole and the extent of the damage.

The A5102 has been closed between the junctions of Bletchley Park Way and Browns Lane since Wednesday, 6th May, due to a three metre deep hole appeared close to the centre of the road.

A spokesperson for Cheshire East Council said "The Highways team are onsite today to undertake investigation work to determine the cause of the issue and extent of the damage. When the investigations have taken place, we will update you on the plan for the repair work and when we anticipate the road will reopen."

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Jon Williams
Tuesday 10th May 2022 at 8:58 am
"Highways chiefs say investigations are continuing into the causes of a sinkhole which appeared on a busy Wilmslow road."

Easy - A housing estate !
Mark Goldsmith
Thursday 12th May 2022 at 8:41 am
Just to update people about this.

Cheshire East Highways has carried out water jetting and CCTV survey works to the drainage systems along Adlington Road and have found a defective United Utilities system that needs further investigation. This has been reported to them.

The road closure will remain in place for this morning (Thursday 12th) until two-way temporary signals are installed to allow the road to partially re-open.


Cllr Mark Goldsmith
Residents of Wilmslow
Wilmslow West & Chorley
Sandra Cox
Thursday 12th May 2022 at 10:43 am
Mark Goldsmith - thank you for the update. It helps to know what progress has been made and whether Adlington Road will remain closed. As a resident, the lack of traffic noise is very welcome but I know what an inconvenience this is to so many people.

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