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Footpath reconstruction works: Coolinge Lane - from 11 February

February 8, 2013 4:51 PM

Kent Highways will start ootway reconstruction works in Coolinge Lane on 11th February. These works involve the replacement of the existing footway surface with a newly constructed asphalt layer, together with localised kerb replacement works and new pedestrian guard railing.

Works are programmed to commence on 11 February 2013 for a period of two weeks. Working hours will be from 7am and be completed by 5pm.

The works are due to take place in Coolinge Lane, for a 160m length from it's junction with Sandgate Hill to opposite the Mathematics & Computing College on the western side of the carriageway. This footway has been identified as requiring maintenance works of the existing highway surface. The works will improve the surface of the footway whilst enhancing the overall aesthetics of the area.

Repairs will be undertaken in sections, so as to minimise disruption, but access will be maintained at all times. If works are being carried out to the frontage of your property, please make alternative arrangements for your vehicle to be parked away from the site at a convenient location.

Every effort will be made to maintain access to your driveway, however, please be aware there may be times when a delay occurs but we will endeavour to keep disruption to a minimum. Each section will require the footway to be closed off and traffic will be controlled. As part of the works it may be possible to have a reduced cost vehicle crossing installed. If you wish to enquire about this opportunity, please contact the number below.

Please keep this in a safe place so you can refer to it if you need to contact us or if you have any concerns about how these road works will affect you - call on 08458 247 800.