Resurfacing work on Norwich roads will bring disruption

PUBLISHED: 15:05 22 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:05 22 March 2018

Parts of Brazen Gate are to be resurfaced. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Parts of Brazen Gate are to be resurfaced. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY


Long-running roadworks in part of Norwich are entering their final stages, with resurfacing work due to take place over the next couple of days.

Work in the Queens Road/Brazen Gate/All Saints Green/Grove Road of the city started in January - part of a £670,000 Transport for Norwich scheme.

From 7pm tomorrow until 3am on Saturday, the section of Brazen Gate near Sainsbury’s car park will be prepared and surfaced with a layer of asphalt, while Grove Road at the Brazen Gate junction will be prepared for surfacing.

And, from 3pm until 11pm on Sunday, those areas will be surfaced with a final layer of asphalt.

During the resurfacing work, Grove Road will need to be closed in the southbound direction – from Brazen Gate to Grove Road.

The current northbound closure on Grove Road (from Grove Road to Brazen Gate) will remain in place until the end of March.

The work includes: installing a camera to enforce the Grove Road bus gate; replacing the signal crossing on Grove Road with a zebra crossing; a new zebra crossing on Brazen Gate; new cycle lanes in Brazen Gate and All Saints Green and modifications to the pedestrian crossings at Queens Road junction.

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