Footway to be resurfaced in Sutton
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A footway is to be resurfaced in St Michaels Drive in Sutton, near Stalham, with a traffic management system being set up during the six weeks of work.
The work will begin on or soon after Monday, February 20 to carry out highway works to resurface the footway along St Michaels Drive and is expected to take six weeks to complete.
Works will involve replacing broken kerbs. The footway will then be resurfaced.
Traffic management will be via a give and take system where required and there will also be three way traffic lights on the junction with New Road for two weeks while this area is resurfaced.
Vehicular access to properties will be maintained during the works and disruption will be kept to a minimum. Norfolk County Council has apologised for any inconvenience this may cause.
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The county council footway resurfacing work will cost £29,000.
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