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Manor Royal-Gatwick Road roundabout works (NEXUS / Surrey CC project)

Manor Royal-Gatwick Road roundabout works (NEXUS / Surrey CC project)

These improvement works affect the roundabout at the junction of Manor Royal road and Gatwick Road. They are required as part of the planning conditions to improve the traffic flows following the construction of the new L3 buildings nearby.

When do they start and end?

They start on 25th February 2019 and are planned to finish on 5th July 2019. 

Will there be any road closures?

The work will be carried out in a series of six phases to minimise disruption. There will be some lane closures, lane narrowing and some road closures scheduled at times although for the vast majority of the works the actual road will be open. Delays will be inevitable and there will be traffic diversions in place during certain phases.

How can you keep up to date?

We will post information here and via Manor Royal Business Watch. You can also keep up to date via the West Sussex County Council website.

Useful information

Latest works (scheduled for 8/9th May 2019)
On Wednesday 8th May the new road outside the Nissan Dealership (Gatwick Road southbound) will be resurfaced. On Thursday 9th May the lines will be painted. During this time traffic will be reduced to one lane at this section.

Next phase (starting either Friday 10th May or Monday 13th May)
Dependent on success of the above the next phase of work will begin on these days. The following traffic management / lane narrowing will be in place for the duration View TM Plan

Other information
Questions and Answers Sheet
Map of planned works

Further questions

Contact Hobart Paving on 0774 003 9005

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