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, parking notices and footpath closures affecting Ilfracombe are:

  • Ilfracombe High Street Prohibition of through traffic, parking, waiting, loading and suspension of disabled parking – Friday 25th November – Full details here
  • Temporary Closure of FOOTPATH No. 109, ILFRACOMBE from Quayfield Path from Quayfield Lane to St James’ Park – Monday, 7th November 2022 until Tuesday, 6th June 2023 – Full Details here
  • St Brannock’s Road 20th Feb – 31st March 2023 (inclusive) Gas main replacement – Full details  here
  • St Brannock’s Road 20th Feb – 13th March 2023 (inclusive) Gas main replacement – Full details here
  • Station Road 27th Feb – 17th March 2023 (inclusive) Gas main replacement – Full details here
  • Horne Road 11th Jan – 3rd March 2023 (inclusive) Gas main replacement – Full details here
  • St Brannock’s Road – An extensive programme of works will take place in and around St Brannock’s Road as part of a Mains Replacement Programme taking place October 2022 – March 2023 – Details, Diversions and Traffic Plans can be found at the documents below:

St Brannocks Road Phase 1

St Brannocks Road Phase 1a

Church Street Phase 2

Church Street Phase 2a

Church Street Phase 2b

Horne Road Phase 2c

Wilder Road Phase 3

Wilder Road / Church Road Phase 3a

Church Road Phase 3b

Church Road Phase 3c

Church Street Phase 3

St Brannocks Phase 3

Station Road Phase 4

Station Road Phase 4a

Station Road Phase 4b

Station Road Phase 4c

Belmont Road Phase 4

St Brannocks Road Phase 5

St Brannocks Road Phase 5a

St Brannocks Phase 6

St Brannocks Phase 6a

St Brannocks Phase 6b

St Brannocks Phase 6c

St Brannocks Phase 7

St Brannocks 7a

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.

Devon County Council
The Highways Agency