Village road to close for over a week as construction work begins
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A main road through one Norfolk village is set to close for over a week as construction work begins in the area.
Work, which will last six days, will start on Saturday, October 16 to reconstruct a section of Heath Road in Kenninghall from the entrance to Crown Mills in a westerly direction for 400 metres.
The work will see the current damaged surface removed and replaced with a brand new asphalt surface.
To carry out the work safely contractors will close Heath Road to all through traffic for the duration of the works.
A fully signed diversion route will be in operation for the duration of the works 24 hours a day.
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Norfolk County Council said it thanks people for their patience while the reconstruction work is carried out.
The work which will cost £103,000 will be carried out by the council’s community and environmental services department and contractors.
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