East Sussex Highways have said motorists using a busy Crowborough road can expect a smoother ride thanks to the completion of major resurfacing work.
Whitehill Road in Crowborough will be closed from Monday 15th June for 4 weeks for carriageway resurfacing works.
East Sussex County Council have confirmed that the first major phase of a road improvement scheme in Crowborough will go ahead despite the coronavirus situation.
As the county endures the wettest winter in 20 years, reports of potholes have surged. East Sussex Highways crews have fixed more than three times the number last winter.
A request to extend the 30 miles limit along the A26 Eridge Road past Goldsmiths has been dismissed by the East Sussex Highways.
A major scheme of road repairs is planned for Crowborough, once the current gas main works have been completed in the town centre.
Morrisons have moved the position of the pole sign at the petrol station in Crowborough to be closer to the A26 without first obtaining planning permission.
At the end of October Green Lane in Crowborough will be closed to through traffic for a week whilst highway contractors resurface the road.