During the hours of 21:00 - 05:30 on 13th -16th April, Warwickshire Council will be installing new traffic management layouts on the existing A46 northbound entry and A46 southbound exit slip roads.
This will result in the existing A46 northbound entry slip road to be closed on the 13th & 14th April between 09:00 - 05:30 with a signed diversion in place directing vehicles south along the A46 to Thickthorn Island where they can exit the A46 and re-enter traveling north.
The existing southbound exit slip road will be closed on the 15th & 16th April between 09:00 - 05:30, where a signed diversion will be in place directing vehicles south along the A46 to Thickthorn Island where they can exit the A46 and re-enter travelling north to the Stoneleigh junction.
Further regular traffic management information and general progress updates on the scheme can be found on the website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/a46stoneleighjunction
On Wednesday 14th April, 100 spaces will be reserved within the car park directly outside the Junction building (4 hour short stay) to support exams. Alternative parking can be found within the multi-storey car park. Blue badge parking will remain accessible.
Evo will be on site from the 12 April - 17 April installing PV panels on the roof of the building. Access is needed to make the final connection into the substation, though we would anticipate this being done on a weekend to minimise disruption.
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Join staff from the University of Warwick and the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust to find out about projects in the local area. You will hear first about the University’s long term commitment to biodiversity as well as current and future projects on the main and Wellesbourne campuses. Ian Jelley, Director of Living Landscapes at WWT, will then talk about the River Sherbourne scheme, their new 30by30 Vision and other projects.