Road to shut for 24 hours for £40,000 resurfacing work
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A road in Norwich will be closed for 24 hours on a day next month, so £40,000 of resurfacing work can be done.
Whitefriars in Norwich will be shut to traffic from 6am on Sunday, February 7 until 6am the next day.
Norfolk County Council said the road needs to be closed so that essential resurfacing of two worn out sections of the road can be done.
A new carriageway surface will be laid, along with new lining and replacement of metal covers in poor condition.
The council says a signed diversion route for traffic will be in place and emergency services made aware of the closure so alternative arrangements can be made.
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The council says it will be doing work on a Sunday to minimise disruption.
They say access for people who live nearby and businesses will be maintained.
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A spokesman thanked people in advance for their patience while the work is done.