PART of the A259 will be closed for eight nights next month while vital road repairs are carried out.
Work on the A259 Claremont Road and Station Approach at Seaford will begin Monday 12th September to Tuesday 20th September.
It will include nightly repair work on the road between 7pm and 6am Monday to Friday – no work will take place on weekends.
During this time the road will be closed from Belgrave Road to the mini roundabout at Clinton Place.
Traffic will be via the A259 Buckle Bypass, A259 Newhaven Road, A259 Seaford Road, Avis Road, A26, A27, A2270 Eastbourne Road, A2270 Willingdon Road, Victoria Drive, A259 East Dean/Friston/Exceat, A259 Eastbourne Road, A259 Sutton Road diverted, Sutton Park Road, Clinton Square.
East Sussex Highways says pedestrian and emergency vehicle access will be maintained throughout the lockdown.
Anyone who needs vehicle access during the work can discuss this with the team on site.
A spokesman for East Sussex Highways said: “We appreciate that the road closures on Claremont Road and Station Approach will cause disruption to road users and local residents, but they are essential to ensure the safety of the public and workers during the repairs to guarantee.
“We hope to minimize the impact on local residents by ensuring the road is open during the day and weekends and we would like to thank the public for their patience.”
Visit the East Sussex Highways website for more information, including details of the detours.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20846611.part-a259-seaford-closed-works-eight-nights/?ref=rss Part of the A259 at Seaford will be closed for eight nights for works