No vehicles will be able to pass through Bromley High Street for the next seven weeks.

This is because of junction reconstruction work that will see a full three-way road closure of the high street.

The work in Elmfield Road and Elthelbert Road begins on Monday and will last between six and seven weeks.

Road closures will affect all traffic, including buses.

A Bromley Council statement explained how the high street will be affected: "The bus lane entry/exit on Kentish Way (A21) at the junction with Elmfield Road will be suspended during the closure to allow vehicular access to Elmfield Road at all times.

"There will be a signed diversion in place for traffic needing to access Elmfield Road via Masons Hill, Kentish Way and into the current bus only section past Elmfield Road.

"Road markings and permanent signage will be covered over whilst the temporary diversions are in place to minimise driver confusion along with Variable Message Sign.

"Traffic will only be able to exit left onto Kentish Way (A21) from Elmfield Road, with motorists wanting to turn right being advised to travel through the town centre diverted via the town centre.

"Access to Elthelbert Road will only be available via Ravensbourne Road with the no entry signs being temporarily removed at the junction with Ringers Road.

"The one-way system on Elthelbert Road will be suspended during the closure period, thereby allowing drivers and riders to travel both ways in the road for access.

"Traffic wanting to exit Elthelbert Road will still be able to exit using Ringers Road as normal.

"No buses will serve Elmfield Road or the southern part of the High Street between the junctions of Elmfield Road and Westmoreland Road, with temporary bus stops located on Kentish Way."