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    Matlock: details of project to install new gas connections into commercial properties

    05 January 2023

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    • Two new gas connections are being installed to commercial properties on The Causeway;
    • Works to begin on Saturday 7th January and will be completed over the weekends of the 7/8th and 14/15th.

    Work is set to take place in Matlock, Derbyshire, to install two new gas connections to commercial properties on The Causeway. Cadent will be carrying out the works over two weekends in January in a bid to minimise disruption in the town.

    Starting on Saturday 7th January, the work will see one of Causeway Lane (A615) closed off for two weekends (7th-8th, and 14th-15th January). 2-way temporary lights will be installed to manage the flow of traffic directly outside Matlock Town Football Club’s Causeway Lane stadium.

    Spectators to Matlock Town’s home game versus Morpeth Town FC on Saturday 7th January are being encouraged to allow extra time to their journey in light of the traffic disruption, whilst visitors to, and residents of Matlock should also consider the impact that the disruption will have on their journeys when making plans.

    Chris Mackey, Domestic Connections Surveyor for Cadent, said: “We acknowledge and apologise for the inconvenience that will be caused to road users as a result of us carrying out this vital work but we have taken steps to ensure that the works are being carried out in a way which minimises disruption. My thanks go to Derbyshire County Council and Matlock Town Football Club for their understanding and co-operation with this.”

    Jay Beaumont, Chairman of Matlock Town Football Club, said: “Matlock is currently experiencing a number of traffic disruptions at the moment and so with the work being carried out right outside our Causeway Lane home, I really would encourage supporters to set off early for our game versus Morpeth to ensure that they don’t miss kick off. As we look to continue our push to the play-offs, it is important we have as many people in attendance as possible.”



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