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Major road to be closed for a week for repairs to a collapsed sewer

One of the main roads in Stockport has been closed for the week whilst repairs are carried out on a collapsed sewer. Gillbent Road in Cheadle Hulme has been closed near the junctions with Newlands Avenue and The Circuit.

It will remain closed until midnight next Wednesday (April 10). A diversion is in place which takes drivers through Bramhall down Grove Lane, Moss Lane and Ack Lane East.

Bosses at the water company United Utilities say it is being done during the Easter holidays in a bid to minimise disruption. But locals are being warned to expect delays, particularly around rush hour.

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It is the first of two sets of repairs being carried out. Once the Gillbent Road work is complete, workers will move onto nearby Church Road next week. United Utilities say as it is close to a school it has also been planned to take place during the school holidays.

A United Utilities spokesperson said: “Work is being carried out to repair two damaged sections of sewers in the area. These are being carried out during the school holidays to help minimise disruption.

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“A diversion is in place to enable our teams to complete the works in Gillbent Road quickly and safely and we urge motorists to follow this.

"We expect it to be in place until the end of the week. The team will then move onto Church Road to carry out a second repair. We know no one likes roadworks and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.”

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