Three Norfolk roads to close next week for roadworks

There are plenty of roadworks currently taking place in Norfolk.

Roads are closing in west and south Norfolk for works - Credit: PA

Three roads in Norfolk are closing for roadworks from next week.

Richmond Road in Saham Toney will be closed from March 7 for drainage improvement works. This is because of the flooding that can occur on the road during periods of heavy rain.

A new ditch will be installed in the highway verge as well as a new pipe under the road. New kerb lines, gullies and offlet kerbs will also be installed. 

The road will be closed for three weeks with a diversion in place.

High Road in Needham will also be closed for road resurfacing of the roundabout with the A143.

The roundabout and a stretch of all four of the roads adjoining the roundabout will be resurfaced. The A143 will remain open.

The work will take five days to complete and there will be a diversion in place.

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Lakes Road in Dickleburgh will close for two days from March 7. This is to install a gully and culvert to alleviate standing water.

The road will be closed from Langmere Road to Harleston Road. A diversion will be in place.

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