Road Closure - Whitchurch Road - Old Hall Street

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ROAD CLOSED

Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council

There will be a temporary prohibition of Traffic on Whitchurch Road / Old Hall Street in Malpas to enable Trial trenches, cutting down trees and
detail survey works to be carried out by Cheshire West and Cheshire Borough Council

Access will be maintained for residents and Emergency Vehicles

A through route will not always be available and any vehicles not requiring access to properties on the length of road should use the alternative routes.

The Order will come into force on 9th January 2017 and will continue in force for a period not exceeding eighteen months or until the works which it is proposed to carry out have been completed whichever is the earlier.

It is anticipated that the works will take approximately ten days to complete.

Alternative routes for through traffic

Traffic should proceed via

Old Hall Street, Old Malpas Road, A41 From Chester Road To Cheshire County Boundary, Whitchurch Road, No Mans Heath By Pass, Roundabout Malpas/Bickerton, Chester Road, High Street, Malpas

See route below

Kieran Collins (Ref TRO2922)
Place Operations
Highways Office
Guilden Sutton Lane
Guilden Sutton
Chester
Cheshire CH3 &EX
Tel: 0300 123 7036
Email: engch@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk

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