Motorists warned about disruption in Norfolk village

PUBLISHED: 09:34 16 November 2012

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Motorists are being warned to expect disruption when major carriageway reconstruction works begin in a Norfolk village on Monday.

Workmen from Norfolk County Council are set to start work carrying out minor kerbing and drainage works at North Lopham Road, Kenninghall, ahead of the carriageway reconstruction, which is due to commence on November 25.

The reconstruction area will extend from the junction with Heath Road northwards for a distance of 250 metres and should be completed by November 27.

Temporary traffic lights will be set up during the kerbing and drainage works, while the reconstruction process involves the complete pulverisation and strengthening of the carriageway and it will be necessary to close the road to all through traffic.

Diversions will be set up for the duration of the work via Lopham Road, Harling Road and Garboldisham Road, with a local diversion via Edge Green and East Church Street for the Heath Road closure.

Access to properties and businesses within the works will be maintained from one end of the closure at any time and the work is set to cost £85,500.

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