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Transport for Bucks has announced that it will be carrying out reconstruction and resurfacing works to the carriageway of the northern section of Stanbridge Road, from the junction with Woodways to the junction with Churchway.

The work is scheduled to commence on Monday 30th July and will invlove a 24hr road closure that will be in operation for 10 days.

A diversion route will be signed to minimize inconvenience to motorists and residents.

TfB points out that only residents/deliveries/visitors requiring access to properties within the extents of the work will be given access, all other vehicles will need to follow the diversion signs.

The letter going out to residents over the next day or two gives further details — see PDF on this page.

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