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By Haddenham Webteam - 24th March 2016 3:00pm
Update on the drainage work being carried out in Rudds Lane:
Transport for Bucks have extended the period of works within Rudds Lane.
There are a couple of extra requirements that they need to carry out and therefore, whilst the road is again open from today (Thursday 24th March, and through Easter until Tuesday 29th March) it will be closed again from Tuesday 24th March until Friday 1st April.
The footpath that connects Rudds Lane to Stokes End will remain closed from today until Friday 1st April. This is to ensure that the appointed contractor's plant is safely stored until Tuesday next week.
We have been informed that Transport for Bucks will be commencing drainage works within Rudds Lane Monday 21st March.
Furthermore, the works will be completed within Stokes End toward the end of the week.
According to TfB, "work should take approximately five days to complete, and there will be some minor disruption for the first couple of days in Rudds Lane with minimal disruption in Stokes End at the end of the week."
Access for residents will be maintained at all times.
Any queries, please make contact with Ivan Crome, the Local Area Technician:
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