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Full closure of Hawton Road, Newark will not allow access to cars or pedestrians until August





A full road closure set to start by the end of February is expected to last six months.

The closure of Hawton Road, Newark will not allow access for pedestrians or cars for health and safety considerations.

The works starting on February 26 will remove and replace the road carriageway and the Middlebeck culvert and construct new footpaths.

Hawton Road closure. Photo by Newark Southern Link Road
Hawton Road closure. Photo by Newark Southern Link Road

The new road being constructed will be two metres higher where it connects to Hawton village, following a slightly different route to the original road.

All drainage in the road will be replaced and upgraded and a new roundabout will be built at the Southern Link Road and Hawton Road junction.

A new junction to Middlebeck central street development will also be built.

Hawton Road closure. Photo by Newark Southern Link Road
Hawton Road closure. Photo by Newark Southern Link Road

Signs will be placed at the roadside two weeks prior to the closure to inform pedestrians and motorists and full diversions will be in place.

Emergency access will be maintained at all times.

Works are expected to end on August 19, which has been reduced from the initial timescale given of nine months.



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