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Harrow Manorway partially closed over Bank Holiday as old library site is demolished

PUBLISHED: 16:43 22 May 2017 | UPDATED: 16:43 22 May 2017

Afterwards it will be opened as a single lane

Afterwards it will be opened as a single lane

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The council have warned it will be noisy during the day

Harrow Manorway road will be partially closed over the Bank Holiday weekend whilst the footbridge at the old library site is demolished.

Between Yarnton Way and Eastern Way roundabouts will be closed from Friday, May 26 to Sunday, May 28.

Bexley council have warned “as this is a demolition there will be some noise, however this will only be during the daylight hours. Quieter works will take place at night.”

Afterwards, the road will be reopened but reduced to a single lane with a 20mph speed limit.

From June until autumn 2018 major improvement works will take place on Harrow Manorway to upgrade the area between the flyover at Abbey Wood Station and Eastern Way.

The aim of the works is to transform the appearance of the route, making the street more attractive and enabling it to accommodate the exptected changes in the area in the coming years which include the new homes in Southmere Village.

Bexley council have apologised in advance for any inconvenience.

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