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Temporary closing of Kimpton Road, Blackmore End

Hertfordshire County Council

 

Notice under section 14.2 of the road traffic regulation act 1984

 

Temporary Closing of Kimpton Road, Kimpton

 

NOTICE is given that owing to the likelihood of danger to the public whilst water main repair works are being undertaken, all traffic is temporarily prohibited from using that length ofKimpton Road, Kimpton from its junction with Coopers Hill south eastwards to its junction with B651 Ballslough Hill, a distance of approximately 1600 metres, except for access.

 

If you have any queries about the water main repair works or the temporary road closure, please contact Cynthia James tel. 0800 121 4444 at Balfour Beatty or Ross Bevan tel. 0300 123 4047 at the North & East Herts Hertfordshire Highways Area Office.

 

The work is expected to take 2 days to complete when started on the 16 December 2011. An alternative signed route will be provided for traffic whilst the road closure is in place.

 

The prohibition imposed by this notice can remain in force for up to 21 days.

 

 

County Hall                                                                                        16 December 2011

Hertford                                                                                              John Wood

Herts                                                                                                   Director of Environment and

SG13 8DN                                                                                         Commercial Services

One Response to “Temporary closing of Kimpton Road, Blackmore End”

  1. John Holmes-Walker says:

    The work was completed on Friday 16th. Unforunately the Diversion signs at the bottom of Cooper’s Hill and the cross roads at The Slype, remained in place over the weekend and early this week. So unbeknown to residents in Lime Avenue, Beech Way, Blackmore Way, etc. the 304 bus continued to use the diversion. A met a family in Beech Way had waited for the bus twice on Saturday morning, not knowing that it was still being diverted! The diversion signs should have been removed and the bus operator informed that the road was open again on Saturday.

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