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Alderney Harbour Area one-way system

Dear Road User

Please note that from 6am Thursday 1st September Braye Street will revert back to being a one way street i.e. to the original route before the works to the Commercial Quay were carried out. Traffic will not be able to enter Braye Street from the Moorings (& Jean Stores) and this route will display a No Entry sign. Entry to Braye Street will be via The Cutting and past the Braye Chippy and Sailing Club, across the new concrete stretch of road and past the Braye Beach Beach Hotel on your left and the First and Last Restaurant on your right.

At this stage there will be no changes to the parking areas along Braye Street but motorists and pedestrians are asked to exercise caution until all are used to the revised route.

Heavy Goods vehicle drivers should note there is a 3.5 ton weight limit in place along the new concrete road extension of Braye Street and comply with this restriction unless the vehicle is specifically servicing the properties along the one way route from the harbour to the Moorings. Commercial vehicles from the harbour/quay area that are not delivering/picking up goods from the one way Braye Street area shall continue to use the route past the Sailing Club and Braye Chippy.

Thank you for your consideration.


Julie B Turner
States Engineer

For and on behalf of the States of Alderney

Tel: 01481 825522

States of Alderney
PO Box 1