Road Closure Shock

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By Tarvinonline Editorial Team
Tarvin residents, Businesses, and Tarvin Parish Council have been kept in the dark over the closure of Tarporley Road to enable Taylor Wimpey to install new sewers for their development, Saxon Heath!

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It was as late as Friday 21st June - 3 days before the closure, that a Parish Councillor was able to meet with the developers and CWaC to find out what was going on, how it would affect the village, and for how long the road is likely to be closed.

Councillors and members of the public were informed at last night's monthly Parish Council meeting that:-

The road will be closed for up to 5 weeks, as the contractors dig a trench 5 feet wide and 3 metres deep

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Cheshire West and Chester officials have now discussed with businesses how the closure will affect them and provided "Business as usual "signage

Construction trucks should avoid the village centre

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