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Busy Broad Lane to close Kirkstall-bound on Sunday

A busy West Leeds Road will close one-way for a period on Sunday to allow vital roadworks to be carried out.

Northern Powergrid will be carrying out works to repair a service fault on Broad Lane, at the junction with Wyther Lane in Bramley, all day on Sunday 30th June.

Northern say the location of the work means that the road will be closed in one direction (Kirkstall-bound) so works can be carried out safely.

Vehicles travelling Bramley bound will be unaffected

Advanced warning signs have been placed out on site and a signed diversion routed will be available on the day for affected vehicles

The road should be fully opened by 0600 on the following Monday at the very latest

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