Temporary Road Closure – A249 Sittingbourne Road/Detling Hill, Detling/Sittingbourne Road, Thurnham & Stockbury, A229 Blue Bell Hill, Lord Lees & Taddington Woods Roundabouts, Aylesford – between 7 January 2019 and 31 March 2019

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Temporary Road Closure – A249 Sittingbourne Road/Detling Hill, Detling/Sittingbourne Road, Thurnham & Stockbury, A229 Blue Bell Hill, Lord Lees & Taddington Woods Roundabouts, Aylesford – between 7 January 2019 and 31 March 2019

Because of carriageway renewal and resurfacing, Kent County Council has made an Order prohibiting through traffic on A249 Detling Hill, Detling, A229 Blue Bell Hill, Lord Lees and Taddington Woods Roundabouts, Aylesford, between 7 January 2019 and 31 March 2019 or until the works have been completed. 

A249 SITTINGBOURNE ROAD/DETLING HILL, DETLING/SITTINGBOURNE ROAD, THURNHAM & STOCKBURY – southbound and northbound closures between M20 junction 7 and M2 junction 5 for 30 nights between 20.00hrs and 06.00hrs

The alternative route is via M20, A229 Blue Bell Hill, Bluebell Hill Slip North Off, Lord Lees Roundabout, Taddington Wood Roundabout, M2 and vice versa. 

Alternative route for non-motorway traffic is via A249 Bearsted Road, Sittingbourne Road, Andrew Broughton Way, A20 Ashford Road, A249 Wat Tyler Way, Mote Road, Knightrider Street, A229 Mill Street, Bishops Way, Fairmeadow, Royal Engineers Road, Running Horse Roundabout, A229 Blue Bell Hill/ Maidstone Road/ City Way, A2 New Road/ Chatham Hill/ Watling Street/ London Road/ High Street/ Moor Street/ London Road/ Hartlip Hill/ High Street/ Keycol Hill, A249 Maidstone Road and vice versa.

A229 BLUE BELL HILL – southbound and northbound closures between M20 junction 6 and the Medway boundary for 30 nights between 20.00hrs and 06.00hrs.

The alternative route is via M20, A249 Sittingbourne Road/ Detling Road/ Sittingbourne Road, M2 and vice versa.

Alternative route for non-motorway traffic to be A229 Running Horse Roundabout/ Royal Engineers Road/ Fairmeadow/ Bishops Way/ Palace Avenue/ Lower Stone Street, A249 Mote Road/ Wat Tyler Way/ Sittingbourne Road/ Bearsted Road, A249 Detling Hill/ Sittingbourne Road/ Detling Hill/ Maidstone Road, A2 Keycol Hill/ High Street/ Hartlip Hill/ London Road/ Moor Street/ High Street/ London Road/ Watling Street/ Chatham Hill/ New Road, A229 City Way/ Maidstone Road and vice versa.

LORD LEES ROUNDBAOUT – for 10 nights between 20.00hrs and 06.00hrs.

The alternative route for A229 Lord Lees is via A229 Blue Bell Hill/ Maidstone Road/ Tiger Moth Roundabout/ Maidstone Road, Bridgewood Roundabout, A2045 Walderslade Woods and vice versa.

TADDINGTON WOODS ROUNDABOUT including the link roads – for 10 nights between 20.00hrs and 06.00hrs.

The alternative route for A229 Taddington Woods Westbound diversion via M2, A278 Hoath Way, A2 Watling Street/ Chatham Hill/ New Road/ London Road, A229 City Way/ Maidstone Road, A2045 Walderslade Woods and vice versa.

The alternative route for A229 Taddington Woods Eastbound diversion via M2, A249 Stockbury Roundabout/ Sittingbourne Road/ Detling Hill/ Sittingbourne Road, M20, A229 Chatham Road and vice versa.

Non-motorway traffic via Blue Bell Hill Slip Link Bridge, Lord Lees Roundabout, Bridgewood Roundabout, A2045 Walderslade Woods Road and vice versa.                                                             

The alternative route for A229 Taddington Woods Eastbound diversion via M2, A249 Stockbury Roundabout/ Sittingbourne Road/ Detling Hill/ Sittingbourne Road, M20, A229 Chatham Road and vice versa.

Non-motorway traffic via Blue Bell Hill Slip Link Bridge, Lord Lees Roundabout, Bridgewood Roundabout, A2045 Walderslade Woods Road and vice versa.

This bulletin contains public information and can be freely forwarded to any other road users who may be affected.  Every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the information, but no liability can be accepted for any changes or errors. 

Road names are taken from the National Street Gazetteer on Elgin, with alternative names given where known

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