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WARNING: Roads around Queen Mary’s Hospital will be blocked for roadworks for most of next week

PUBLISHED: 10:49 20 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:49 20 April 2017

Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup

Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup

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Access to the hospital will be disrupted

Resurfacing work at the entrance to Queen Mary’s Hospital will cause access issues for staff and patients next week.

Work during the day and overnight is expected to last from Monday through to Friday.

On Monday and Tuesday, vehicles will not be able to turn onto Chislehurst Road from Frognal Avenue, with a diversion in place towards Watery Lane.

Then, on Wednesday, Watery Lane towards Chislehurst Road will be blocked, meaning vehicles leaving the hospital will not be able to leave via Watery Lane.

Instead, motorists will have to exit via the front of the hospital.

Overnight on Thursday and Friday, between 7pm to 2am, all access to the main hospital entrance will be blocked, meaning the only access to the hospital will be via Watery Lane from Cray Road.

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