Scheme to tackle village drainage
A �66,000 project is being carried out to improve surface water drainage at Sandy Lane, East Tuddenham, near Dereham. Work is due to start on January 4 and take about five weeks to complete.
A �66,000 project is being carried out to improve surface water drainage at Sandy Lane, East Tuddenham, near Dereham.
Work is due to start on January 4 and take about five weeks to complete.
The work will extend from the junction of Western Green Road to the junction of Walnut Tree Lane.
The road will be closed and a diversion will be in place but access to properties will be maintained at all times.
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