Businesses in Queensway Industrial Estate in Glenrothes are open as usual.
The Glenrothes Energy Network road works are progressing well and are now directly outside McDonalds and Morrisons. Temporary road closures are necessary to carry out these works safely. Three way traffic lights are being used to direct the traffic. This is leading to queues and delays.
Ross Tulloch, Glenrothes Energy Network programme manager said: “We’re sorry these essential works are causing disruption to travel in central Glenrothes.
“Due to the nature of the road layout and the heavy construction involved in these road works, delays are inevitable. We’re working with the contractor to minimise disruption and we ask for the public’s continued patience and co-operation.”
All businesses in the area are open as usual.
Glenrothes Energy Network is a £24 million collaborative local heat scheme between the Scottish Government, RWE and Fife Council. It will provide sustainable low carbon heat to a mix of industrial, commercial, community and domestic properties in Glenrothes as well as to Fife Council’s Fife House complex.
For more information on the project and the latest on the road works, visit www.glenrothesenergynetwork.co.uk