The Fairbridge Way roundabout works in Burgess Hill are nearing completion. Overnight resurfacing of the Marchants Way roundabout is programmed to start on Monday 22 August and is due to take seven nights (22-26 and 30-31 August).
Vehicles will be able to use the A273 through this roundabout, but both the London Road (B2036) and Marchants Way will be closed between the hours of 8 pm and 5.30 am to through traffic. Emergency and home owner access to Marchants Way and London Road however will be maintained.
An FDL spokesperson said: “Our contractors aim to do the noisiest works, namely the planing off of the old surface, before midnight to minimise disruption to local residents. Once the resurfacing and road marking works are completed the temporary lights will be removed. Any works thereafter will require minimal traffic management.
“It is worth highlighting that if the current dry weather breaks, heavy rain could delay the tarmacking and road marking. However, light rain would only prevent the road markings being painted, which is scheduled for the final two of the seven nights. If rain stopped the overnight works, our contractor may have to reschedule for further night/s as appropriate.”
“We apologise to residents, local businesses and motorists for the inconvenience and thank everyone for their forbearance during our works.”