Roads around Greyfriars Bus Station in Northampton remain closed for repairs after demolition

Picture: Northampton Borough Council www.twitter.com/NorthamptonBC
Picture: Northampton Borough Council www.twitter.com/NorthamptonBC

Three streets in Nortampton remained closed on Sunday night after the demolition of Greyfriars Bus Station.

Northampton Borough Council said Greyfriars, Lady’s Lane and Abington Street in Northampton were still shut as crews worked to clear debris from the blowdown.

A spokeswoman for NBC said: “Good progress was made in clearing both roads but there is some minor surface damage to Greyfriars and Lady’s Lane and work to repair the carriageway will take place early on Monday morning.

“The Grosvenor Centre and Abington Street will be able to trade as normal and arrangements have been made for businesses to receive deliveries.

“The Grosvenor Centre car park will remain closed until Greyfriars and Lady’s Lane are repaired but the Mayorhold car park, Victoria Street car park and Newlands car park will all open as usual.

“North Gate bus station will open as normal and buses will follow the slight diversion route they took on Sunday.

“The roads will be open to traffic as soon as the repairs are complete and we will keep you updated during the day,” the spokeswoman added.