|Distance:||3.4 miles (5.5 km)|
|Meets:||A1105, B1231, A164|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1232 is an urban road in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Originally, the B1232 started on the A63 in the centre of Hessle. That road is now unclassified and so the B1232 starts on the A1105 on the northern edge of town. It heads north to South Ella, where it crosses the B1231. It turns left at a roundabout in Kirk Ella before heading through Willerby along a road that is partially dual to end on the A164.
All of the present B1232 was previously numbered as part of the A164. The northern end was built as part of the Willerby bypass in the 1970s, whilst the section between Main Street and the B1231 was initially unclassified. The B1232 originally had its northern end on the B1231 but the northern end of the road, as far as the A1105, was upgraded in the 1970s to become the A1177 and then became the A164 in 1984, when that road was rerouted onto the B1232's present route between the Willerby bypass and the A1105. However, in 1991, the current A164 going directly to the Humber Bridge was built, allowing the B1232 number to take over the bypassed route as far as Willerby, although the section south of the A1105 was declassified.