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Details of current road works and road closures within Bournemouth, as well as in Dorset, are provided on an interactive plan on the Elgin website|.
The roadworks at Richmond Hill Roundabout are on programme as planned for completion at the end of November. The next phase of the work requires the closure to all traffic of the bridgedeck on the east side of the roundabout, between the two sliproads, in order to carry out work to replace bridge waterproofing and movement joints.
This section of the bridge will be closed from midnight on Monday 21 October for three weeks subject to weather conditions. Drivers are advised to use alternative routes if at all possible although signed traffic diversions will be put in place during this period.
During this period a diversion route| will be in operation via the Wessex Way, with delays expected at busy times. We apologise for the further disruption caused during these critical activities, but please be assured we have planned the works so as to minimise the effects on the public as far as possible.
All work on the highway must be approved in advance by completing the appropriate application form.
If you are wanting to apply for a road closure or for any licences associated with working in or on the highway, please refer to the Licences and Application Forms| page for all of the details.
If you would like to hold a street party in your road you can apply to the council by completing the application form| and e-mailing it to the Events department|. The Guidance Notes| contain the conditions of holding a street party and must be read before submitting your application.
There is no fee for the temporary traffic order, however, you may incur further charges as described below.
If your street party is approved you will need insurance indemnity and must sign the road closure with standard 'Road Closed' signs. The council does have a limited number of signs available for approved street parties only, which can be hired at a cost of £10 per sign plus a deposit of £20 per sign which will be refunded when the signs are returned. Details of the process of hiring the council owned signs will be sent to you once your application has been approved in principle.
The organiser must also provide suitable high visibility barriers to place alongside the 'Road Closed' sign.
You may wish to use our Risk Assessment template| to assist with identifying any hazards or risks at your event, and to help think about how these can be minimised
Further arrangements maybe required based on individual circumstances. Where this is the case you will be contacted with the details and any advice you may need.
This process is only applicable to small residential street parties, and for larger community events and parades the normal Road Closure application form| must be completed.
Please note the deadline for Jubilee street party applications is Friday 18th May 2012
If you would like to arrange a community event or a parade involving a road closure, you must submit both an events application form| and a Road Closure application form|. The routes available for parades are restricted in the town centre, and only the approved routes will be considered. All conditions of the road closure application form must be satisfied so please ensure you read these fully before submitting your form.
The fee for producing the traffic order for community events is waived, however you may still incur traffic management costs depending on your event.
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