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Work Begins On £280,000 Road Scheme In Lisburn

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Construction work has started on a £280,000 road project in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.

The work is taking place on the Glenavy Road, between Killultagh Road and Carnhill Road, and is expected to be completed by the end of January this year.

Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard said: "This is good news for the 4,500 vehicles that use this road between Glenavy and Lisburn daily and will deliver benefits for the local community and visitors to the area for many years to come."

Diversions will be put in place and local access will be maintained.


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