ONE of High Wycombe's busiest junctions will see major roadworks for up to 10 weeks.*

There will be temporary traffic lights between 7am and 5pm on the slip road from Daws Hill lane to Marlow Hill, which start on Monday, August 26 - a week before school traffic returns. 

During term time, the route regularly becomes jammed with rush hour and school run traffic heading to and from St Michael's Catholic School. 

The warning relates to the Daws Hill Lane slip leading onto Marlow Hill.

There will be temporary traffic lights in operation between 7am and 5pm every day, with a right-turn restriction in place from 8pm to 6am.

*A previous version of this article said the junction would be closed completely, but it has since been clarified that the works will see temporary lights in operation at the junction during the 10-week period. 

Bucks Free Press:

Work is set to begin on Monday (August 26) and could take up to 10 weeks to be completed.

The work is 'to facilitate developer works'.

They also confirmed that "some night working is required at times between 8pm-5am utilising lane closures as and when necessary".

Traffic heading along Daws Hill lane will be forced to take a diversion towards Flackwell Heath.