Motorists in Epping Forest may experience some disruption to their journeys due to three temporary road closures that are planned next month.

A notice in this week’s edition of the Guardian details the planned closures in Lambourne, Theydon Mount and Waltham Abbey.

All temporary road closure notices are valid for up to 18 months and the dates when the works take place is subject to change.

Ongar Road, Lambourne, is due to be closed for one day on July 15 from its junction with Church Lane for a distance of 205m in a south-westerly direction for tree cutting works.

Road repair works are set to shut Horseshoe Hill, Waltham Abbey, from its junction with Woodgreen Road for a distance of 275m in a north-easterly then easterly direction from July 18 for five days.

Also on July 18 for five days, pole replacement and cabling works are due to temporarily close Mount End Road, Theydon Mount, from its junction with Banks Lane to its junction with Mount Road, a distance of 1005m.

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