5 roadworks in Suffolk to plan your journeys around this week

Highways England is to life roadworks in time for Easter. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Roadworks are taking place throughout Suffolk this week (file photo) - Credit: Archant

There are a number of roadworks taking place in Suffolk this week — here are five to plan your journeys around.

Southgate Street, Bury St Edmunds

The one-way section of Southgate Street, which takes motorists from the town centre to the A14, remains closed until December 10 due to CityFibre works.

Motorists can instead use Honey Hill and Raingate Street to leave the town.

A1021 Orwell Road, Felixstowe

The end of Orwell Road that connects with Garrison Lane will be shut off until December 13 later this week.

The Anglian Water repairs are due to start on Tuesday, meaning drivers will be forced to go along the seafront or through nearby residential streets.

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The Terrace, Aldeburgh

The Terrace, off High Street near the Two Magpies Bakery store, is set to remain sealed off to motorists until early January.

A diversion through Cresipgny Road will take motorists around the works.

Queen Street and Market Hill, Haverhill

These two streets remain closed at the junction with Camps Road, with the works expected to last until the middle of December.

The works are to make Camps Road into a one-way street. heading westbound.

Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds

CityFibre engineers continue to work in Guildhall Street, meaning the road leading to Westgate Street remains closed to motorists.

It is expected the road will remain shut until December 17.

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