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Dodge these Havering roadworks next week

PUBLISHED: 15:00 25 February 2018

Avoid the roadworks in the borough. Picture: Ken Mears

Avoid the roadworks in the borough. Picture: Ken Mears

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Keep clear of these roads to avoid delays.

Upminster

Ockendon Road: Two way signals until Monday, February 26.

St Mary’s Lane: Multi-way signals until Monday, February 26.

St Mary’s Lane, junction with Boundary Road: Multi-way signals on Friday, March 2.

Hornchurch

Abbs Cross Lane: Multi-way signals until Wednesday, February 28.

Suttons Lane: Two-way lights from Thursday, March 1 until Monday, March 5.

Rainham

Berwick Road junction with Thorn Lane: Multi-way signals until Monday, March 12.

Havering-atte-Bower

Broxhill Road: Two-way signals until Monday, March 12.

Harold Hill

Gooshays Drive: Two-way signals until Friday, March 2.

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