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Downham Market’s Victory Road to be closed to through-traffic while worn-out pavement is rebuilt

A residential road is set to be shut to through-traffic while work to reconstruct a worn-out pavement takes place.

Work is planned to start on Tuesday, August 29 to the pavement on Victory Road in Downham, which is expected to take around six weeks to complete, subject to suitable weather conditions.

It will be carried out in phases to help minimise disruption, and to ensure that it is done so safely, Victory Road will be closed to through-traffic at the point the work is taking place.

Victory Road in Downham Market. Picture: Google Maps
Victory Road in Downham Market. Picture: Google Maps

There will still be access to properties from either end of the closure, but there may be some restrictions to vehicle access to individual properties as work takes place in front of driveways.

Norfolk County Council has thanked people for their patience while the work is carried out.

Residents are asked to liaise with the team on-site or call 0344 800 8020 if they have any questions.

The work, which will cost around £45,000, will be carried out by Norfolk County Council’s community and environmental services department and their contractors.

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