Resurfacing work on Norwich ring road roundabout will mean diversions and disruption for drivers
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Drivers will face disruption during four nights of work at a roundabout on Norwich's ring road.
Resurfacing work around the A1402 Mousehold Lane/A1151 Wroxham Road roundabout is due to begin on Tuesday, May 8.
The work will be carried out overnight from 7pm until 6am.
During the work, it will be necessary to close the northbound and southbound approaches onto the roundabout from Wroxham Road and Sprowston Road, with diversions in place.
Traffic using the ring road will be controlled through the roundabout using two way temporary traffic signals.
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A fully signed official diversion route for all A1151 traffic will be in operation while the work is underway and access to businesses and properties within the limits of the closure will be maintained from one end at all times.
Norfolk County Council has apologised in advance while the work to replace the existing worn out road surface are carried out.
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The work, which will cost £61,000, will be carried out by Norfolk County Council's community and environmental services department and their contractors.