Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Roadworks to take place in Meadow Way next week.

Roadworks are to take place in Meadow Way, Theale,  next week.
The following letter has been delivered to residents of Meadow Way:
Meadow Way, Theale - KERBING & FOOTWAY WORKS
I am writing to inform you that West Berkshire Council’s contractor Volker Highways Ltd., will shortly be raising several short sections of sunken kerbs in Meadow Way (from Church Street to Roundhead Road), Theale, before the road is resurfaced later this year.

The work is scheduled to start on Monday 02 July 2018 and take five (5) working days to complete between the hours of 07:00 am and 07:00 pm.
Works will be undertaken using standard road works signing and a suspension of on highway parking on Meadow Way.
I would like to respectfully request that you make alternative arrangements to park your vehicles off the public road during working hours to provide the safe working zone for the workforce and vehicles.
Advanced information boards will be erected on site and whilst these works are subject to weather conditions, every effort will be made to complete these works as programmed.
It would be very helpful if you could also arrange for any deliveries to be made before or after the stated working times.
Should it be necessary to revise these timings, the information boards will be updated accordingly. Alternatively, you can view the current status of the scheme by
visiting where any updates will be posted.
Every effort wiN be made to maintain access to private properties and businesses directly adjacent to the repairs; although, due to the nature of the works some inconvenience will be inevitable, but we will endeavour to keep this to an absolute minimum.
Waste and recycling collections will go ahead on the usual days; however, if the resurfacing works coincide with a collection day it is important that your bins and recycling boxes are put out by 7.00 am as collection times may change to suit the resurfacing works.
Please accept our apologies in advance for any inconvenience that may be caused by this essential maintenance work.
Should you have any queries regarding the work, please do not hesitate to contact West Berkshire Council’s Customer Services Team on 01635 519 080.

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