Posted: Wed 3rd Oct 2018

Months of travel disruption in Mold set to end this week

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Oct 3rd, 2018

Months of traffic disruption in Mold is set to end this week with the removal of a temporary one way system.

The one way system on the B5119 Chester Street was put in place after the Old Chapel building was declared unsafe and at risk of collapse.

Work urgently began on demolishing the building, that stage of the works which required the use of temporary traffic management has now been completed.

Flintshire County Council has said the road will be reopened to two way traffic on Thursday morning.

Cllr. Chris Bithell, Cabinet Member for Planning and Public Protection said;

“I would like to thank local businesses and the people of Mold for their patience and understanding.

The Council have dealt with a lengthy and complex legal process to secure this essential demolition work which was undertaken in the interests of public safety.”

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