Advance notice – Excavator COLLECTION
16 September 2021
We are expecting a collection of the high reach demolition excavator on Tuesday 21 September. The HGV will leave the site at 19:00 from Gate 1 on New Kent Road.
Whilst we’ll ensure best practicable means are implemented to minimise noise levels for our neighbours, we do expect there to be some noise as the plant tracks on 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. Should you need to get in touch, our dedicated 24 hour contact number and email address is 07395 792 302 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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When the shopping centre closed on the 24th September 2020 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 commenced in October 2020 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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