St Ives town centre roads to be resurfaced
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Roads in St Ives town centre will be given a £400,000 revamp in August after Cambridgeshire County Council secured funds for resurfacing.
In mid-August, council contractors will resurface Carlisle Terrace, the Quadrant, Cromwell Place, Oliver Road, Market Road, Cromwell Mews, The Pavement, Market Hill and Sheep Market.
The three-week project will cost about £300,000 and will run alongside work on town centre footpaths.
Work, costing approximately £100,000, will take place on pavements in Oliver Road, the Quadrant, Market Road and the south side of Station Road.
A CCC spokesman said the work will take place during evenings and overnight to keep disruption to an absolute minimum.
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He also warned that parking may be suspended overnight at some periods.
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