Drivers experience long delays as work starts at busy Great Yarmouth roundabout

PUBLISHED: 13:13 29 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:46 29 October 2018

A bird eye's view of the Fullers Hill roundabout. Picture: Sean Armstrong

A bird eye's view of the Fullers Hill roundabout. Picture: Sean Armstrong


Drivers have been experiencing long delays as two weeks of landscaping started at a key Great Yarmouth roundabout this morning.

New trees, boulders and planted areas are being installed at Fullers Hill roundabout resulting in one lane of the roundabout being shut off.

Long queues have been building at the roundabout since this morning with work set to continue for another two weeks.

A county council spokesman thanked people for their patience while the work takes place.

The works are being funded from the Local Enterprise Partnership and are part of a series of schemes currently ongoing in the town called Transport for Great Yarmouth.

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