Sturry Relief Road latest completion date revealed as end of 2026

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Kent Online

A £40 million relief road to ease congestion at a notorious level crossing could be up and running by the end of 2026. That is the latest timeframe provided by Kent County Council for the Sturry Link Road scheme which will have been in the pipeline for a decade by completion. The highway is designed to remove the need for traffic on the A28 and A291 to cross the level crossing at Sturry near Canterbury. The scheme consists of a viaduct over the River Stour connecting the A28 to the south and a proposed housing development to the north. KCC papers state: “The earliest date envisaged for constru…

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