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Access to two city centre car parks is changing
Posted on: January 10th 2019

Access to two city centre car parks is changing later this month to facilitate highways works necessary for the redevelopment of Exeter Bus Station.

From Thursday, January 24, vehicles will no longer be able to access the main Princesshay car park and the Princesshay 3 Broadwalk House car park from Paris Street.

Instead, access will be from Southernhay, via Magdalen Street and Southernhay West, or Western Way and Barnfield Road.

Vehicles will continue to be able to exit via Paris Street.

Access to Princesshay 2 Dix’s Field car park is unaffected.

The works necessary to change the access will require some overnight road closures on both Southernhay East and West to the north of Barnfield Road, and on Dix’s Field from the junction with Paris Street, from January 14 to January 23.

Access will be retained to all properties and facilities as far as possible.

Works overnight will take place in Southernhay East and West from January 14 to January 17, and at Dix’s Field on January 18, 21 and 22.

There will also be day time lane closures and night time road closures in Paris Street, with diversions set up. Day time lane closures will be in operation from 7am to 7pm from February 11 to March 14, with night time closures, from 7pm to 7am, from February 11 to February 20.

The contractor has pledged wherever possible to maintain access to properties and businesses at all times and to keep inconvenience to a minimum, although some interruption may be unavoidable.

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