Bath & North East Somerset Council will be carrying out overnight road closures on Monday 7 and Tuesday 8
September to deliver essential road maintenance in Westgate Buildings and additional road markings in Seven Dials.
The road will be closed at the entry to Westgate Buildings from 7pm each night, re-opening at 5am the following morning.
During the closures, there will be no vehicle access to Westgate Buildings or Monmouth Street from James Street West. Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times.
Vehicles will still be able to access Saw Close via Westgate Street and Kingsmead Square via New Street and the upper section of Monmouth Road will be accessible from Princes Street.
Councillor Anthony Clarke (Conservative, Lansdown), Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Cabinet Member for Transport, said: “The overnight road closures are essential to the ongoing improvement work to this area of Bath. This new administration is committed to making it easier for residents, businesses and visitors to get around Bath.”
Seven Dials, incorporating Kingsmead Square and Saw Close, is the historic west gate of Bath the city where seven routes met and lies to the west of the city’s main thoroughfare. Work to improve the public space in Seven Dials has recently been completed as part of an ongoing package of pedestrian and cycling improvements.