Road into Kingsbridge will have traffic lights until September

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Road into Kingsbridge will have traffic lights until September

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West Alvington Hill will have traffic lights and no access into or out of Balkwill Road until September. 

West Alvington Hill outside Kingsbridge Community College will have two-way traffic lights until 6 September. 

There will also be no access to any vehicles into or out of Balkwill Road, and all vehicles should use Ashleigh Road. 

There will also be a temporary footpath diversion on the north side of West Alvington Hill. 

The roadworks are part of the development by Bakers Estates opposite the school, known as K5. 


Images - Kingsbridge Town Council and Baker Estates


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