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Road closures near the University

We're aware of the following scheduled road closures in the area surrounding our campus and want to bring them to your attention.

20 July for two months: Crackley Lane, Kenilworth (HS2)

Crackley lane in Kenilworth will be closed for two months, starting from Monday 20 July, to allow for HS2 enabling works.

Please contact HS2 directly with any concerns or comments – you can call the Freephone number 08081 434 434 or email hs2enquiries@hs2.org.uk.

27 July for six weeks: Stoneleigh Road (Severn Trent Water)

Stoneleigh Road in Kenilworth has been closed for six weeks from Monday 27 July, to allow Severn Trent Water to carry out works. The area affected is the Stoneleigh Road/Dalehouse Lane roundabout junction and a point to the East of Brook Farm. There is a diversion in place, and access to Brook Farm will be maintained at all times during the works.

Please contact Warwickshire County Council directly with any concerns or comments, and you can also sign up for updates on roadworks and planned road closures.

24 August until December: The junction of Hob Lane, Cromwell Lane and Red Lane (HS2)

Hob Lane, Cromwell Lane and Red Lane in Burton Green will be closed for four/five months, starting from Monday 24 August, to allow for HS2 enabling works. More details are available on Commonplace for HS2 in Warwickshire.

Please contact HS2 directly with any concerns or comments – you can call the Freephone number 08081 434 434 or email hs2enquiries@hs2.org.uk.

1-3 September: on campus

Our University Estates Team will be working on the highways (verges and roundabouts) throughout the campus from 1-3 September. This will include temporary road closures using cones and traffic lights and slow moving vehicles. It will be single lane closures and traffic lights will open and close one lane at a time.

We will be using a local company called Stadium who will support us on placing out the cones and traffic lights safely and correctly.

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