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Section of Mill Road, Hempnall, set for five-week closure for £65,000 footpath work





A section of village road is set to be closed for five weeks for £65,000 worth of work later this month.

The footway on the B1527 Mill Road, in Hempnall, will have repairs done to its worn out surface and broken kerbing, starting on July 22.

Norfolk Highways have said due to the construction work involved and to maintain a safe working environment and protect the public, it will be necessary to close the road to through traffic for five weeks.

The diversion route planned for the Hempnall work. Picture: Norfolk Highways
The diversion route planned for the Hempnall work. Picture: Norfolk Highways

Pedestrian access will be maintained throughout, with barriers in place where necessary to help keep pedestrians safe.

Also, all access to properties within the limits of the works will be maintained however due to the nature of the work there may, on occasion, be delays to vehicles gaining access along the road.

The £65,000 work will be carried out by Norfolk County Council’s Community and Environmental Services Department and their contractors.



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