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More Traffic Disruption in Cobham

We and the other community groups heard last Friday (12th Aug 2011) that the Utility Companies plan massive road disruption as they move to "trench" services to the new Motorway Service Area at Downside.

With the support of our local MP Mr Dominic Raab we are making the strongest representations at the lack of consultation and demanding this be rectified immediately and effectively.

To demonstrate the seriousness of the plans, the following is the schedule of the planned works (subject to change):

When Where Impact
First week of September 2011 to end of November 2011 Horsley Road (from Effingham direction) to Downside Bridge Road Controlled by lights
First week of November 2011 for 2 weeks Downside Bridge Road Closure (with Gas)
Last week in November 2011 for 4 weeks Part of Fairmile Lane Controlled by lights
Second week in January 2012 for 4 weeks Water Lane Road Closure
Second week in February 2012 for 10 weeks Stoke Road Controlled by lights
Last week in April 2012 for 6 weeks Mill Road and Riverhill Controlled by lights
First week of June 2012 for 4 weeks Church Street Road closure

When Where Impact
Within the next 7 to 10 days until 3rd week in October 2011 Between Streets Controlled by lights
Last week of October for 4 weeks Downside Bridge Road (section between Church Street to the other side of the river bridge) Road closure
End of November 2011 to end of January 2012 with break for Christmas and New Year The rest of Downside Bridge Road Controlled by lights
Last week of February 2012 until end of 3rd week in March 2012 The rest of Downside Bridge Road Controlled by lights
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