Next stage of roadworks in Norwich city centre brings further road closures

PUBLISHED: 14:00 08 March 2018 | UPDATED: 19:47 08 March 2018

Brazen gate at the junction with Queens Road.  Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Brazen gate at the junction with Queens Road. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY


The next stage of a £670,000 road scheme in Norwich is to get underway later this week.

Work has been ongoing at Brazen Gate since January as part of the multi-million pound transport for Norwich project and has seen lane and road closures.

Carriageway repairs and resurfacing on Brazen Gate, from its junction with Queens Road to a point south of the Sainsbury’s car park entrance, will begin on Sunday 11 March and will last a week.

During the surfacing operation Grove Road will be closed in the southbound direction and the current northbound closure on Grove Road will remain in place until the end of March.

There will also be temporary traffic lights on Brazen Gate during the surfacing work.

The scheme includes new cycle lanes in Brazen Gate and All Saints Green, installing a camera to enforce the Grove Road bus gate and a new zebra crossing.

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