Check out what roadworks are going on in Great Yarmouth next week

Lines of traffic by the road works on Edward Benefer Way in King's Lynn. Picture; Matthew Usher.

Lines of traffic by the road works on Edward Benefer Way in King's Lynn. Picture; Matthew Usher. - Credit: Matthew Usher

Here is a list of some of the road works to expect in the borough next week.

Latest roadworks repair dates and sites:

•Work will begin on Tuesday, March 22 to carry out road surface repairs, resulting in the closure of Nelton Road Central, Great Yarmouth for a day.

Nelson Road Central will be closed between Bermondsey Place South and Albion Road from 8am to 4.30pm.

The diversion route is Euston Road, Marine Parade, Trafalgar Road, Nelson Road Central.

•Work will begin on March 22 to carry out a series of repairs on A149 Main Road, Repps with Bastwick. The site will extend from Martham crossroads westwards for a distance of approximately 700 metres. The £19,000 work will be carried out during restricted working hours 9am to 4pm and will take up to two days to complete.

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During the work, traffic will be controlled using single lane closures with Stop/Go boards and a convoy vehicle as necessary. Access to businesses and properties will be maintained but there will be some disruption.

•Work will begin on March 18 to carry out road resurfacing works on A1064 Billockby Bends, Fleggburgh. The site will extend from a point adjacent to High House Farm eastwards for approximately 100 metres. The work will be carried out overnight under restricted working hours 7pm to 7am and will take one night to complete.

During the resurfacing works it will be necessary to close the site to all through traffic. A fully signed diversion via A1064, B1152 Repps with Bastwick and A149 Ormesby St Michael will be place.

Access to businesses and properties will be maintained from one end of the closure.

The work which will cost £18,000.

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