By admin on November 9, 2020 in Clinic News & Events
It has come to our attention that the A264 Rusper Road roundabout in Horsham will be closed as of 5th November for highways works relating to the new housing development and the building of a new Bohunt secondary school. This will last between 11 and 18 months.
Rusper Road will be closed to all traffic at all times, between the A264 and Lemmington Way roundabout junction, and from Meadow Farm Lane access onto Lemmington Way roundabout junction.
Details of the Traffic Order https://rusper-pc.org.
Unfortunately, this may have an impact on you getting to the clinic while everyone gets used to the diversions.
There are several route options to enter and ‘escape’ north Horsham during the works.
Enter Horsham via Warnham Road roundabout and turn left into Pondtail Road after the Dog & Bacon pub on the right. Follow Pondtail Road all the way and continue onto Giblets Way. https://goo.gl/maps/
As Route One, but pass Pondtail Road and continue onto traffic lights. Turn left into Wimblehurst Road, continue onto North Heath Lane and onto Giblets Way.
If traffic is building on North Heath Lane use the cut through following Coltsfoot Drive (at Budgens, Left into Jackdaw Lane and right into Brook Road onto Rusper Road.)
Drive east over the A264 Rusper Road roundabout. Turn right off the second exit Crawley Road A264 roundabout. Follow Crawley Road past Norfolk Arms pub on left, Church on Right and MG car garage on left to traffic lights. Go straight onto Harwood road, continue to the roundabout. Take the third exit off Harwood Road roundabout onto Redkiln way past Tesco Express. Take the third exit of this roundabout onto Rusper Road and continue on over Little Haven Railway Station crossing.
As route three, drive east over the A264 Rusper Road roundabout. Turn right off the second exit Crawley Road A264 roundabout. Follow Crawley Road until the Norfolk Arms pub and turn right onto Lambs Farm Road. Follow Lambs Farm Road to the T-junction with Rusper Road and turn right .Continue on over Little Haven Railway Station crossing.