An east Suffolk road is set to reopen after flooding caused a two-week closure. 

On Monday, March 4, Suffolk Highways issued an emergency closure Quay Lane in Reydon, near Southwold, due to flood water stretching across the road. 

Workers on site were "unable to stem the flow" of water and the road was closed "until further notice."

The road has been prone to issues of flooding since Storm Babet in October last year. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Standing water has been cleared from the roadStanding water has been cleared from the road (Image: Suffolk Highways)

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Suffolk Highways has announced the road will reopen at the start of next week. 

A spokesman said: "The road has been cleared of standing water and debris however, to allow the banks time to settle, the closure will remain in place until Monday, March 25."

Elsewhere in Suffolk, a lane remains closed on the A14 near Newmarket a month after flood water first spilt onto the road.