Market Square reopens after collapsed sewer caused town centre disruption

PUBLISHED: 10:58 15 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:58 15 November 2017

Bromley High Street

Bromley High Street


The road has been closed since October 30

Repair works to a collapsed sewer have ended, reopening a key road in Bromley town centre.

Market Square was closed for just over two weeks after the discovery of a water leak and collapsed sewer on October 30.

During the closure, traffic was diverted away from the road between East Street and Widmore Road.

Buses were unable to use the northern section of High Street, Market Square, Widmore Road, East Street and College Road because of the repair works.

On Tuesday, Market Square was reopened after resurfacing work, with traffic returning to normal.

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