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January start for £3.3m roadworks

Work on a £3.3m scheme to ease congestion in Norfolk will begin in January it has been announced.

St Augustine's Street in Norwich is a narrow two-way road which often becomes congested.

Norfolk County Council and Norwich City Council have drawn up plans to make the street one-way northbound, and build a new southbound route.

The work, which is part of plans to redevelop Anglia Square, will start in January for ten months.



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