Woodfarm Lane to be closed in Gorleston | Norfolk Traffic and Motoring News
PUBLISHED: 14:43 11 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:43 11 January 2018
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Woodfarm Lane, in Gorleston, will be closed briefly for 5 months from Wednesday, January 17 for highways and sewerage infrastructure enhancements wanted to assist new deliberate properties in the Beacon Park space.
Once the momentary closure is lifted, the street will be completely stopped-up part-way alongside its size, which means it should now not be an end-to-end by route for motorists. However, pedestrians and cyclists will nonetheless be in a position to journey your complete size and will profit from enhancements to the prevailing footpath and cycleway.
The closure to vehicular through-traffic is a planning situation required to assist sustainable improvement. Motorists who use Woodfarm Lane as an end-to-end by route are requested to use the A47/A143 hyperlink street, which runs parallel and opened in 2015.
The enhancements in Woodfarm Lane will begin with the borough council’s contractor laying a brand new foul drain beneath street. The county council, working in partnership with the borough council, will then widen the southern part of the street and prolong the prevailing mixed footpath and cycleway to simply previous the play space.
The momentary closure, which is at the moment anticipated to be lifted by June, will cowl a lot of the southern part of Woodfarm Lane. There are not any properties on the part of street to be momentary closed. Direct entry to Emerald Park (Gorleston FC), through Woodfarm Lane, will be maintained from the north throughout each the momentary closure and after it’s lifted.
The momentary closure, which is at the moment anticipated to be lifted by June, will cowl a lot of the southern part of Woodfarm Lane. Direct entry to Gorleston FC, through Woodfarm Lane, will be maintained from the north.
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