Church Crookham roundabout works to cause months of traffic disruption

By Daniel Gee   |   Head of Content   |
Monday 17th January 2022 7:42 pm
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A plan of the new road layout at the A287 (Farnham Road) / Redfields Lane roundabout near Church Crookham
A plan of the new road layout at the A287 (Farnham Road) / Redfields Lane roundabout near Church Crookham ( )

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WORK to construct the A287 (Farnham Road) / Redfields Lane roundabout near Church Crookham will progress to the next stage from January 31, 2022.

To maintain safety, temporary two-way traffic lights will be installed on the A287 and will remain in place for up to two months while work to construct the eastern section of the roundabout is carried out.

Once this stage of work is completed, two-way, free-flow traffic will be reinstated along the A287 with road users able to use the new roundabout circulatory as a straight through road.

The project is being delivered by developer Martin Grant Homes, as part of the planning obligations attached to the planning permission for Albany Park, a new residential development near Church Crookham. Buxted Construction has been appointed to carry out the A287 Farnham Road Improvements Project.

Hampshire County Council has approved all the work due to be undertaken along with the associated traffic management plans. The county’s highways departme nt will continue to oversee the programme for its duration and conduct regular site inspections as work progress.

Martin Grant Homes has vowed to keep people up to date and informed in advance of any changes, as work to construct the new roundabout progresses.

A website dedicated to providing information about the A287 Farnham Road Improvements Project can be found at A map showing the traffic management systems that are in place is available to view in the ‘Key documents and downloads’ section. The website will continue to be updated as the project progresses to provide details about the works being carried out and any temporary traffic management measures needed.

For any general information and enquiries, the project community relations team can be contacted directly by telephone on 0800 804 4049 (between 9am and 5.30pm, Monday to Friday) or by email at [email protected]

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