Road closed after sewer collapse in Locks Heath with repair work set to take three weeks
A ROAD has been closed after a sewer collapsed.
Fareham Borough Council have announced that Brook Lane has been shut between Peters Road and the Brook Lane/Lockswood Road roundabout in Locks Heath.
Repair is set to take up to three weeks and began at 9am today.
A diversion route is in place via Peters Road, the council have said.
Council leader Sean Woodward announced the road closure on Facebook.
He wrote: ‘Southern Water has another collapsed sewer – this time on Brook Lane. As a result it is going to be necessary to close Brook Lane between Peters Road and the Brook Lane/Lockswood Road roundabout.
‘A signed diversion, via Peters Road, will be in place and the works will commence at 9.30am 05/12/19 for up to 3 weeks.
‘Best advice for the Brookfield School run that must be by car is park in Holly Hill Leisure Centre or Locks Heath Shopping Village and walk.’
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