Advance notice – excavator delivery to site
28 June 2021
We are expecting a collection of the 360o high reach demolition excavator on Saturday 10 July. The HGVs will arrive at 6am at Gate 4 on Elephant Road. Due to the size of the excavator, the collection from site will be under a Metropolitan Police Movement Order.
The loading of the excavator and the high reach arm should take no more than 1 hour. Whilst we’ll ensure best practicable means are implemented to minimise noise levels for our neighbours during this work activity, we do expect there to be some noise as the excavator tracks onto the back of the HGV.
Please accept our apologies in advance for any inconvenience caused by this activity and thank you for bearing with us as we continue to make progress at pace on site.
Should you need to get in touch, our dedicated 24 hour contact number and email address is 07395 792 302 / email@example.com
Advance notice – Cordoned off bicycle stands
28 June 2021
From this week, 11 bicycle stands located on the New Kent Road side of the Peninsula will be cordoned off using secured heras fencing panels and will include way finding and safety signage.
These will then be completely out of use from 5 July 2021 and the bike stands will be removed and relocated to a new position on the Peninsula at a later date.
All of these works were arranged with, and approved by, Transport for London and form part of our Section 278 works.
If you need to contact the site team, the dedicated 24 Hour contact number is 07395 792 302.
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When the shopping centre closed on the 24th September the site was secured and Heras fencing was erected.
The access route through the shopping centre is now closed from the overground station and pedestrians are to follow the enhanced pavement route along Elephant Road for access between the Rail and Northern/Bakerloo Line Underground stations.
The deconstruction works will commence in October with the erection of a more substantial site hoarding. This hoarding will contain a number of dedicated vehicular access gates that will transition through 7 logistics phases during all works on site.
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Both Keltbray and Multiplex are highly motivated and focused on providing local people with employment and upskilling. During the development, a number of opportunities will be created and these will include apprenticeships, new entrant positions, short courses and work experience placements. As well as supporting a variety of educational activities with local schools, colleges and universities.
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