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South Belfast Route To Close For Improvements

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A key route in south Belfast is set to undergo improvement works next week.

The Department for Infrastructure is investing £170,000 to improve the Upper Knockbreda Road from Belvoir Road to Upper Galwally.

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Work will begin on Monday 30 March and run until Sunday 04 April.

Overnight road closures will be implemented between 10pm and 6am during these dates. A diversionary route will be in place while access for residents and deliveries to Forestside shopping centre will be maintained.

Road users should expect some delays and allow additional time when planning their journey.


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