Five weeks of traffic disruption in Sprowston as drainage improvements get underway
- Credit: Matthew Usher.
Work is expected to begin on improvements to drainage systems on Roundtree Way, Sprowston from October 9.
The work is expected to take five weeks with work being carried out between 7:30am and 5:30pm.
Two way temporary traffic lights will be used to manage the traffic while the workis carried out on Roundtree Way, with three-way traffic control being used while the works take place in the Roundtree Way cul-de-sac.
The traffic lights will be manually controlled during peak times.
The work will involve the installation of surface water pipes near the The Space Car Park and within the Roundtree Way Cul de Sac.
The work is part of a £10.3 million project by Norfolk County Council to provide new drainage systems to improve surface water management in greater Norwich.
Further information will be provided to businesses and residents prior to the work starting.
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