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Temporary Closure of A3052 Bridge Street, Lyme Regis

Notice ID: MFN0637536

Notice effective from
9th December 2021 to 8th January 2022

Temporary Closure of A3052 Bridge Street, Lyme Regis
DORSET COUNCIL has made an Order under Section 14 [1] of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984, as amended. All vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along A3052 Bridge Street, Lyme Regis, between Coombe Street and Long Entry (in both directions), a distance of approximately 50 metres. The Order is needed in order to comply with health and safety regulations which require the provision of safe working areas and to minimise the likelihood of danger to highway users. It will come into operation on 4 January 2022 and will remain in force for 18 months and can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport if necessary; however, it is anticipated that the works will be completed by 18 February 2022.
This Order will enable partnership working between Dorset Council and Lyme Regis Town Council.
This will allow Dorset Council to replace the traffic signals in the area, as well as allow the Town Council to carry out repairs to the Guildhall.
A locally signed diversion route will be put in place to enable traffic to travel around the closed sections. If you would like further information about the work being undertaken and access arrangements, please call Dorset Highways Improvements on 01305221670. For further information concerning this Order, please call the Traffic Team on 01305 221020. Alternatively visit

https://www.dorsetcouncil.gov.uk/web/guest/-/lyme-regis signalreplacement


Dated: 9 December 2021.
JOHN SELLGREN, Executive Director of Place, Dorset Council, South Walks House, Dorchester DT1 1UZ.

Attachments

MFN0637536.pdf Download

Dorset County Council

County Hall , Colliton Park , Dorchester , Dorset , DT1 1XJ

http://www.dorsetforyou.com/ 01305 251 000

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