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Final stages of Bexleyheath roadworks to begin today

PUBLISHED: 17:48 09 January 2018

The final stage of work for improvements of Bexleyheath town centre will begin today.

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Following the peak morning traffic, the lights at Gravel Hill, Watling Street and Broadway junction will be substituted for a temporary roundabout at the junction, and will operate throughout January to enable a new permanent roundabout to be completed.

Temporary traffic diversions may need to be in place at various times to accomodate the works, and traffic flow may be slower than normal.

The pedestrian crossing near Gravel Hill School will also be closed.

Pedestrians will be able to use temporary traffic light controlled crossings at the top of Walting Street and at Erith Road.

They will need to go accross Walting Street to the front of the Civic Offices and then across Erith Road to outside the Prince Albert pub - and vice versa when crossing from Broadway.

London Borough of Bexley apologies in advance for any inconvenience these works may cause.

The construction team can be contacted by email at BTCR@bexley.gov.uk

The improvements in Bexleyheath are being managed by the Council and funded by Transport for London. For more information go to www.bexley.gov.uk/BTCR2

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