A pavement reconstruction project in a seaside town will take up to seven weeks to complete.

Work on a section of worn-out pavement in University Crescent in Gorleston will start on April 15.

The Norfolk County Council work, which will cost £75,000, includes removing and replacing the damaged surface and broken kerbs.

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On-street parking in University Crescent will be temporarily suspended for the duration of the project

People will be able to get to their homes but access to individual properties may be restricted while work takes place in front of driveways.

The work is being carried out by the council's Community and Environmental Services Department and its contractors.