Long delays predicted on A17, Clenchwarton

Average Speed Cameras now installed along the A17, this camera located near the Station Road Junction at Terrington St Clement ANL-160229-081832009
Average Speed Cameras now installed along the A17, this camera located near the Station Road Junction at Terrington St Clement ANL-160229-081832009

Delays are “inevitable” on the A17 at Clenchwarton this weekend as resurfacing works are undertaken.

Work will begin on Saturday and is expected to take two days to complete.

A Norfolk County Council statement said: “Access to any properties within the limits of the works will be maintained, but it is inevitable that there will be delays. The county council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.”

The site will extend from just east of the Station Road junction near Terrington St Clement to just east of the Station Road junction near Clenchwarton.

During the resurfacing works, traffic on the A17 and on Station Road, Clenchwarton, will be controlled using temporary traffic signals. The surfacing will be carried out under restricted working hours, 5am to midday each day.

The work, which is part of the £9.7 million annual countywide road surface dressing programme, will be carried out by the county council and its contractors.