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September
2012
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Europe/London

Motorists warned of road works on Marsh Lane (Woodpecker Junction)


Essential work to be carried out on Marsh Lane (Woodpecker Junction) on 17 September 2012.

Leeds City Council will be replacing worn out carriageway surfaces on Marsh Lane (Woodpecker Junction) between Burmantofts Street and York Street.

The work will begin on 17 September 2012 and is expected to be completed by 5 October 2012 and will be carried out Monday to Friday 21:00 – 05:30.

The closure will be phased in various sections with diversion routes signed on site. The sections will include; South bound, North bound and the Ring Road West bound.

Councillor Richard Lewis, Leeds City Council executive board member with responsibility for development said:
“It is important that we carry out this essential work to ensure the safety of drivers and their vehicles.

“I understand these repair works can prove frustrating for people but we will try and keep disruption to a minimum.

“The closures will be phased to keep disruption to a minimum and we apologise for any inconvenience these road works may cause. However, we have done everything we can to reduce disruption by scheduling the work for nights and we will carry out this work as quickly as we can.”


ENDS


For media enquiries please contact:
Anna Evans, Leeds City Council press office, (0113) 395 0244
Email anna.evans@leeds.gov.uk