The improvement works taking place at a crossroads in Canterbury city centre streets are on schedule, insists the council.
Work on the £600,000 project for Best Lane, The Friars and Orange Street began in May and is due to finish in November.
Responding to concerns that the work is running late, the authority says it is due to be complete as planned unless weather interferes with it.
The work involves installing Yorkstone paving and a new road surface to the three roads.
Best Lane and The Friars have already been repaved.
Workmen are currently digging up and replacing the intersection between the three roads and King Street.
It means that the junction will be closed while the work is taking place.
Yesterday (Monday) the council wrote to businesses and residents in the area warning them to expect disruption.
It said: “The four-way junction of Orange Street, Best Lane and King Street will be resurfaced in granite setts, with work expected to begin later this week.
“Surfacing on Orange Street and The Friars will follow in early October with a revisit in early November to lay a surface dressing similar to that laid in Palace Street.
“It will be necessary to close sections of the road in order to safely carry out the works.
“Diversion routes will be in place and will be signed carefully. Pedestrian access to properties and businesses will be maintained at all times throughout the works.”
The council added that it apologised for any inconvenience and that it would have an official on hand every day to answer any questions people may have.
It is funding the work with money made from increasing charges at its car parks.