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Shobnall Road is now officially closed for up to six weeks, along with work at Borough Road.

Although highways authority Staffordshire County Council has said that it hopes to complete the work within four weeks, but  drivers will still need to find an alternative route for getting into Burton while Shobnall Street is closed. 

Borough Road is also closed while work is carried out at the railway station which means that drivers heading around that the side of town are set to experience problems too.

 

So to help plan ahead during the Shobnall Road closure an official diversion route has been put in place to avoid the closure.

From the Henhurst Hill end, drivers are urged to turn right on to Hopley Road and continue on to Main Street and Beamhill Road.

As drivers come to the roundabout, they should take the third exit on to the A511 Tutbury Road.

At the next roundabout take the third exit onto Derby Street and follow the A5121 and turn right on to Wellington Street.

At the roundabout take the third exit on to Shobnall Road.

The Shobnall Road work is part of a £650,000 project, which is running alongside an additional £350,000 highways scheme at Borough Road near the railway station.

he work in Shobnall Road started yesterday, Sunday, August 4, with the spokesman saying that when the major highways improvement project is complete, motorists will benefit with smoother journeys, as the project includes repairing potholes and resurfacing the route.

The highways improvements and resurfacing work will go as far as Forest Road.

Work will include the replacement of damaged kerb stones and ironworks, improved drains and the resurfacing of the entire road.

Shobnall Road has long been the site of numerous potholes.

The county council said that works are expected to now take around four weeks to complete, weather permitting, and are being done during the school  summer holidays to minimise any disruption to motorists.