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By Tarvin Webteam - 1st November 2013 6:00am
Early Warning of the Closure of Pool Lane, Tarvin Sands
Notice has been given by Cheshire West & Chester Borough Council of the planned temporary closure of Pool Lane, Tarvin Sands, from the junction of Barrow Lane to the junction with Kelsall Road, to enable tree cutting works to take place.
The closure will come into force on Tuesday 26th November 2013 and will be in force for a maximum of five days, but it is anticipated that work that will commence on the 26th November will only last for approximately one day.
Access to premises situated on the route, or on adjacent lengths of road off the route, will be maintained, as will access for vehicles to agricultural land. In an emergency access will be maintained for fire brigade, ambulances, and the police.
The alternative route for through traffic is via Barrow Lane.
The work is to be carried out by Aplant Lux Traffic Controls and their contact is Louise Skull on 03700-500729.
The contact at the Highways office is Andy Raynor on 0300-123-7036.
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