Week-long project to repair March High Street planned

PUBLISHED: 12:09 12 February 2014 | UPDATED: 12:10 12 February 2014

March High Street. Picture: ROB MORRIS

March High Street. Picture: ROB MORRIS

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A week-long £185,000 project to repair March High Street will take place next month.

Repair and improvement work to the High Street, March, between its junction with Elwyn Road and St Peter’s Road, will start on March 3.

Working hours will be restricted to 7pm-2am each night to limit the disruption to traffic and residents.

A signed diversion route will be in operation.

Access to properties will be maintained at all times, but drivers are being urged to find an alternative route or allow extra time for their journey.

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