Three weeks of work to start on Cringleford footpath
- Credit: Matthew Usher
Three weeks of work to fix a footpath will bring disruption to traffic in Cringleford.
Work to replace the pavement in Newmarket Road, from Jewsons to The Ridings junction, is due to start on Monday, October 2.
The work will involve broken kerbs being replaced and the footpath reconstructed.
During the work, traffic lights will be in place.
Norfolk County Council says that people will still be able to get to their homes and that disruption will be kept to a minimum.
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The work will cost just over £16,600 and the county council thanked people in advance for their patience while the work is carried out.
It comes a few weeks after other roadworks in Cringleford came to an end.
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That work included the installation of new traffic lights on the Cringleford Bridge as part of the Transport for Norwich scheme.