Notices of Temporary Street Closures
The majority of roads in Ilfracombe are looked after by Devon County Council. They carry out a programme of maintenance and improvement works to ensure local roads are safe and sound.
The latest temporary prohibition of through traffic and parking notices affecting Ilfracombe are:
- Hostle Park Road & Meadow Close, Ilfracombe (Roads Closed) 2-10 Days between 19th Sep – 31st Mar 19. Dates will be announced 7 days prior to works – Resurfacing (Devon County Council)
- Ropery Road, Ilfracombe (Road Closed) 2-10 days between 19th Sep – 31st Mar 19. Dates will be announced 7 days prior to works – Resurfacing (Devon County Council)
- Wilder Road, Ilfracombe (Pavements Closed) 10th December – 29th March . Repairs to Wilder Culvert (Devon County Council)
- Montpelier Lane (Road Closed) 4th – 13th February 2019. Lay New Gas Service (Wales & West Utilities)
- St Brannocks Road, Ilfracombe (Road Closed) 18th March 2019 1830-0000, Repair to damaged manhole cover and frame. (Kier MG Ltd)
- Front of Runnymede House, Ilfracombe 7th-9th May 2019 potentially earlier 18th-20th March (subject to confirmation) SWW utility Works (No Soft Copy) Ref No LM501NC7497604
- Marlborough Road to Two Pots, Ilfracombe (Road Closed) 11th – 22nd March (inclusive), Access to overhead structures for tree cutting and cabling works. (A Plant Lux)
- Road from St Brannocks Road to Mullacott Cross Roundabout, Ilfracombe (Road Closed) 20th – 23rd Feb (inclusive) 1900-0700, Devon Highways Resurfacing (Skanska UK)
- New Barnstaple Road, Ilfracombe (Road Closed) 26th – 28th Feb Feb 0700-1900, Devon Highways Resurfacing (Skanska UK)
The above are promulgated iaw the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Section 14 on behalf of Devon County Council.
To find out about current and proposed roadworks in Ilfracombe and across the county visit the Devon County Council website.
You can also report or track existing problems directly to Devon County Council at “Report a Problem”
Motorways are looked after by the Highways Agency. To find out about current and proposed road works on motorways visit the Highways Agency’s website.