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Local Roadworks

GCC often has a number of roadworks scheduled in and around Bourton. For details of these and other roadworks that are likely to affect the local community please refer to to the information below or alternatively the latest schedule issued by GCC is available on GCC's web-site as well as a live roadworks map.

Temporary Traffic Orders

Advanced warning of any local roads or footpaths subject to temporary traffic closure orders which will be listed on this page.

Moore Road, Bourton-on-the-Water

There will be a temporary closure of a section of Moore Road from 21/11/22 to 27/11/22 to allow for sewer manhole sealing and UV lining works by Thames Water. Emergency and pedestrian access will be maintained. See attached notice and map below for details:

Mousetrap Lane, Bourton-on-the-Water

There will be a temporary closure of a section of Mousetrap Lane from 08:00 28/11/22 to 18:00 28/11/22 to allow for sewer repair work by Thames Water. Emergency and pedestrian access will be maintained. See attached map below for details:

3/140 Bourton Road, Little Rissington – Closure also affecting the 3/138 Wyck Beacon to Upper Rissington

There will be a temporary closure of a section of 3/140 Bourton Road, Little Rissington to allow for carriageway resurfacing for approximately 7 Days between the hours of 07:00 and 19:00. The PLANNED start and end dates are currently Tuesday 29th November to Tuesday 6th December and a separate shift on Saturday 10th December, however, keep an eye on the web page detailed on the letter attached below or the signs on site for any short notice changes.

Emergency and pedestrian access will be maintained. See attached letter below for full details:

Scare Lane remedial work in Lower Slaughter

Please be aware of the work at this site to install a new footpath - week commencing Monday 21st November. It is in the vicinity of the blue dotted line in the middle of the plan below. Pedestrian access will not be available but people will be able to divert via the public right of way.