Roadworks are set to lead to the temporary closure of four roads across Epping Forest next month.

The closures are detailed in a notice from Essex County Council in this week’s edition of the Guardian.

Weald Hall Lane, North Weald Bassett, is set to be shut for 12 days from June 6 for water works.

The closure is due to be in place from its junction with Brookfield for a distance of 45m in a westerly direction.

There will be no diversion available during the closure.

New power connection works are due to close Hoe Lane, Nazeing, at its junction with Palmers Grove for a distance of 30m in a north-easterly direction, also from June 6 for five days.

The alternative route will be via Hoe Lane, Palmers Grove and vice versa.

A three-day closure in Lippitts Hill, Waltham Abbey, is due to begin on June 8 for duct laying works.

The road is set to be shut from a point 80m north-west of its junction with Clovis Close for a distance of 100m in a north-westerly direction.

The diversion will be via Lippitts Hill, Church Road, Mott Street and vice versa.

Another three-day closure set to start on June 8 is in Mount End Road, Theydon Mount.

This is for new water connection works and the closure will be in place from a point 300m north-east of its junction with Mount Road for a distance of a 50m in a north-easterly direction.

The alternative route will be via Mount End Road, Mount Road, Banks Lane and vice versa.

Visit the public notices section of our website for full details of these and other notices.