In consultation with Surrey County Council, work will start on Heathside Road from Monday 3 August 2020 for approximately 11 weeks and will be completed in two phases.
Phase one – lasting approximately eight weeks
Work in Heathside Road will happen for approximately eight weeks, from the junction with Heathfield Road to outside the Christian Science Church.
To ensure everyone’s safety, multi-way signals will be installed on Heathside Road, which will move along the road as work progresses.
Phase two – lasting approximately three weeks
On 29 September 2020, for approximately three weeks, work will happen on Heathside Road from outside number 1-55 to outside the Christian Science Church.
During this time, it will be necessary to close White Rose Lane on the south side of the junction with Heathside Road.
Multi-way signals will be installed to maintain access to Heathside Road and White Rose Lane northbound. Signed diversions will be in place.
The construction team are working closely with the UK Government and public health bodies to make sure they work in line with expert advice during the pandemic. They have extra safety precautions in place to protect their colleagues and the community from catching or spreading the virus as they carry out their safety-critical project.
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