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Road closures announced in Marchwood, Totton, Eling and Testwood

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A SERIES of road closures are set to take place across the Waterside over the coming days, Hampshire County Council has announced.

The restrictions are part of the authority’s Operation Resilience scheme – which is designed to make the county’s roads more resilient to the effects of extreme weather and heavy traffic.

HCC said it would enable surface dressing work to take place that will extend the life of the highway.

The closures are part of Operation Resilience
The closures are part of Operation Resilience

Tomorrow (Friday), HCC said Reed Drive and Lloyd Avenue in Marchwood will be affected, while The Crescent and Trotts Lane in the village will be partially closed on Saturday.

From Sunday a number of roads in and around Totton and Eling will be affected – including Eling Hill, School Road, Culford Avenue, Oakleigh Crescent and the A36 Service Road. Meanwhile, Huntington Close in Testwood will be affected from Monday 23rd May.

The county council added: "The works are expected to last for one to two days, during which time the roads will be closed to traffic.

"Although the road is closed, access for residents and businesses will be maintained wherever possible and safe to do so, however, some short delays are likely."

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