Temporary Overnight Road Closure
Published: 07 April 2021
Overnight closures of sections of B2064 Cheriton Road and Cheriton High Street, Folkestone are planned from Thursday 29 April 2021, with estimated completion by the night of 17 May 2021,
Closures are from 8.00 pm through to approximately 5.00 am each night.
B2064 Cheriton Road and Cheriton High Street will be closed in phases between the junctions with A2034 Cherry Garden Avenue and B2063 Risborough Lane, to the actual extent shown at any time.
~ There will be no direct access between Folkestone and Cheriton during these closures ~
The signposted alternative route for through traffic is via Cheriton Road (B2064 / A2034 / A259), A259 Castle Hill Avenue, Shorncliffe Road, Earls Avenue, Sandgate Road, Sandgate Hill, Sandgate High Street, Sandgate Esplanade, Seabrook Road, East Street, Prospect Road, Rampart Road, Red Lion Square, Dymchurch Road, Scanlons Bridge (Military Road in opposite direction), A261 London Road, Hythe Road, Ashford Road, Stanford Intersection, A20 Sandling Road, Ashford Road, Cheriton Interchange and B2064 Cheriton Approach.
It may be necessary to close various side roads at their junctions with Cheriton Road and Cheriton High Street at certain times as the works progress, as and when indicated on site.
The following roads will become two-way during these works, as and when the relevant one-way signs are obscured:
Park Road, St Winifred’s Road, Grange Road, Coombe Road & Trimworth Road
Personnel will be on site to allow managed access for residents and businesses when it is safe to do so, but there are likely to be delays and certain times when this is not possible for safety reasons.
The closures are to enable Kent County Council to carry out essential carriageway resurfacing works.
The works have been timed to be carried out overnight, to reduce their impact.
Some delays are likely, especially earlier in the evenings, so it is recommended that motorists allow extra time for their journeys or consider using alternative routes during these works.
The planned dates and duration may change for various reasons including the current coronavirus situation and adverse weather conditions, with any changes signposted on site and notified locally.
The most up to date information on these works, together with a map, can be found here: https://one.network/?tm=121689980
The Kent County Council Highway Helpline phone number is 03000 418181 – please ask for Road & Footway Asset Team
View a copy of the Public Notice for reference.