Central road in seaside town faces closure for £22,000 in pavement works
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A central road in Cromer will be closed for four weeks so Norfolk County Council can resurface its footpaths.
A £22,000 project to repair Cadogan Road's pavements and kerbs will start on Monday, February 19.
The current pavement has deteriorated due to wear and tear and the council said a new surface was required to maintain safety for pedestrians.
Vehicles will not be able to park on one side of Cadogan Road while the work is being carried out.
Access to properties within the works site will be maintained, but the council said some disruption was inevitable.
A spokesman said: 'A road closure will be in place for the duration of work.
'The county council thanks people for their patience while this improvement work is carried out.'
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The improvements are being undertaken now to avoid the peak visitor season, and keep disruption to a minimum.