Resurfacing is set to begin on the busy A29 in Bognor


The ESSENTIAL renewal work is to start on a main road.

West Sussex County Council said the existing surface on a section of the A29 Shripney Road in Bognor showed “signs of significant weakening”.

A new surface will be smoother and more resistant to potholes, with less road noise.

Work on the southbound carriageway between Rowan Way and Orchard Way roundabouts will take place between 15th and 20th August.

Depending on factors such as severe weather, the working time will be from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.

A spokeswoman for West Sussex County Council said: “This is a busy main road and having carefully weighed the wider disruption to the public that would be caused during the day we opted for overnight work instead.

“Improvement projects of this nature will cause disruption to both residents and businesses, for which we apologize, but will result in long-term benefits.

“Every effort will be made to try to minimize the inconvenience: for example, our contractor will do their best to carry out the noisiest works at the earliest in the evening and before 11pm.”

The section of the A29 Shripney Road will be closed to all through traffic during the renewal work.

Vehicles will be diverted via a signposted diversion route, access roads will also be affected at times.

“We will do our best to maintain access, but there may be delays due to operational and/or security reasons,” the spokeswoman added.

Access to shops will be maintained as much as possible, however delays and diversions may occur. Pedestrian access will also be retained. Resurfacing is set to begin on the busy A29 in Bognor

Fry Electronics Team

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