Road to be closed in Fareham as IFA2 construction continues

This is what the IFA2 interconnector is expected to look like when built
This is what the IFA2 interconnector is expected to look like when built
The 45212 steam locomotive in Salisbury. Picture: David Saville

Steam train to chug through Portsmouth for the first time since 2011

Lane blocked due to incident on A3 near Horndean

0
Have your say

COMMUTERS have been told that there will be delays on a Fareham road as IFA2 construction work is carried out.

As of Monday, June 4, the National Grid team behind the IFA2 build, will be creating a new entrance to the site in Broom Way.

From Monday, June 11 to Friday, June 15, one lane will be closed from 9.30am until 3.30pm.

In a letter to residents, David Luetchford said: ‘We will put in place temporary traffic lights with a full-time operator to manage the single lane of traffic in this period.

‘To minimise the impact on the local community, we have planned for these works to be carried out in such a way to reduce the duration of the lane closure that will be needed to be in place.

‘Thank you in advance for bearing with us during this work.’

The footpath that runs along Broom Way will also be diverted while the work is taking place.

All of the work will be finished within four weeks.