A10 to be closed for five nights for major £110,000 road resurfacing

The A10 at North Runcton. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

The A10 at North Runcton. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Part of the A10 near to King’s Lynn is to be closed for five nights so that a major road resurfacing project costing £110,000 can be carried out.

North Runcton village sign. Picture: Ian BurtNorth Runcton village sign. Picture: Ian Burt

Many roads around Norfolk have undergone resurfacing over the past couple of weeks, many of which developed potholes in the wake of the Beast from the East earlier this year.

Now work to resurface the A10 West Winch Road, North Runcton, is set to start on Monday, June 18.

A spokesman for Norfolk County Council’s highways department said: “To minimise disruption this work is being carried out overnight 7pm to 6am and is expected to take five nights to complete, subject to suitable weather conditions.”

The area affected will also extend southwards from the Hardwick roundabout for approximately 250 metres

The road will be closed to all through traffic, with a fully signed official diversion route via A10 Downham Market, A1122 Swaffham and A47 King’s Lynn.

Access to businesses and properties within the limits of the closure will be maintained from one end at all times.

The council spokesman added: “The county council would like to thank people for their patience while these works to replace the existing worn out road surface are carried out.”

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