Guernsey commuter road is shut for repair work

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One of Guernsey's main commuter roads will be closed for the next 11 weeks for electricity cable installation.

Mount Row will be shut while Guernsey Electricity install ducts and cables to reinforce and develop the electricity supply around the St Martins area.

The work was originally due to start on 10 January but was delayed to reduce the impact on road users.

Diversions will be in place. A later phase in March will see La Ville Au Roi closed for up to 11 weeks.

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