2020-12-09-NA-Plan2-C492 Norwich Road and C496 Ipswich Road (2)
Just Got this from Highways Cant upload the plan its too large and the routes are obvious
We would like to apologise for the late notification of these works, this is due to the phased planning which has been required to ensure disruption and access restrictions are limited as much as possible. We are writing to inform you of our plans to carry out road resurfacing along C492 Ipswich Road and C496 Norwich Road, Claydon.
The works are programmed to take place between 9 December and 15 December 2020, working between 9am and 4pm each day. As we plan roadworks in advance, we schedule extra days to allow for bad weather or other delays beyond our control. If we need to make major changes to our work dates, we will update the information signs on site. Please note: the full length of the road will be closed; however, the works will be carried out in phases to manage access requirements.
Phase 1 (9 December) – Norwich Road, Claydon – Between York Crescent & Station Road
Phase 2 (10 December) – Ipswich Road, Claydon – Between Station Road and Church Lane (including part of Station Road junction)
Phase 3 (11 December) – Ipswich Road, Claydon – Between Church Lane and Newell Rise (including part of Station Road junction)
Phase 4 (12 December) – Ipswich Road, Claydon – Between Newell Rise and Old Ipswich Road (including Morgan Court junction)
Diversion route 1 – Norwich Road, Old Norwich Road, A140 and A14.
Diversion route 2 – A14, Old Norwich Road and Norwich Road.
Access to businesses and properties will be restricted and managed for the duration of the road closure. Staff will be on site to advise road users of the restrictions and arrangements at the point of required access or egress.
Request to residents – ‘Should you require the use your vehicle during the above working times, it would be much appreciated if alternative parking arrangements can be made to limit the vehicular access being required. Please allow extra time to your journey as there may be times where access is not allowed, due to ongoing operations.’
A plan showing the diversion route for these works is attached to this email. When we close the road and put a diversion in place, the route needs to be accessible to vehicles of all shapes and sizes. We make our diversions as clear as possible by placing appropriate signing along the route. The latest updates on our works can be found on our website at “Temporary road closures for Suffolk Highways roadworks” and on One.Network website.
There may be times that essential emergency works are required to take place on the highway network without advanced notice – you can follow Suffolk Highways on Twitter for the latest emergency roadwork updates.
Please could you use any contacts within your division or parish to circulate this notification.