The B1077 at Great Ellingham set for ‘four-phase’ closure for resurfacing
A set of four phased road closures will be going ahead, stating later this month, for a £35,000 resurfacing project on the B1077.
A section of the Watton Road, Great Ellingham, will be shut off for three evenings and one day between 9am to 4pm, for surface dressing work to be done.
The work is being carried out by Norfolk County Council’s community and environmental services department and their contractors Tarmac and Keir Highway Services.
The statement on the works, said: “To allow the work to be carried out safely and swiftly it will be necessary to close the road to through traffic on a number of dates when the surfacing is underway, line painting is being carried out, and cat’s eyes (road studs) are being renewed. Access to properties will be maintained at all times.”
The dates for the work is as follows:
♦ June 26: Road stud removal. The evening and overnight work will start at 7pm.
♦ July 6: Surface dressing. Road closure, between 9am and 4pm.
♦ July 18: Road marking replacement. The evening and overnight work will start at 7pm.
♦ July 18: Road stud replacement. the evening and overnight work will start at 7pm.
Norfolk County Council said it will have a fully signed diversion route in operation for the duration of the works.