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Road closures planned at Lymm for British Telecom cabling works

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TWO road closures are looming in Lymm to allow British Telecom to carry out cabling works.

Warrington Borough Council has made an Order under Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 to introduce a prohibition of driving on Warrington Lane from its junction with Burford Lane to its junction with Agden Lane.
The Order will be effective from 20th October 2021 for two days, between 9:30am and 3:30pm, when signed on site.
Access will be under the control of the relevant Contractor for the duration of the works. The alternative route will be via Burford Lane, Higher Lane, Lymm Road and vice versa.
The closure is required to allow British Telecom access to the overhead network.
The Council also intends to make an Order under Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 to introduce a prohibition of driving on Crouchley Lane from its junction with Mag Lane to its junction with Kay Lane.
The Order will be effective from 4th November 2021 for two weeks, when signed on site. Access will be under the control of the relevant Contractor for the duration of the works.
The alternative route will be via Crouchley Lane, Higher Lane, High Legh Road, West Lane, Beechtree Lane and vice versa.
The closure is required to allow British Telecom to renew ducting to carry out spine cabling works.

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