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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #30 on: September 29, 2014, 03:27:26 PM »
Cartland Road Flood Alleviation Scheme

Work is expected to resume in Cartland Road under a closure between the junctions with Ripple Road and River Brook Drive during the next school holiday period from 25th October to 2nd November 2014. Work in the grass verge off River Brook Drive which involved installing an additional manhole and removal of an existing throttle plate to assist with sewage flows has been completed.
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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #31 on: October 14, 2014, 02:37:37 PM »
In response to the above I can confirm the bollards on Ripple Rd have now been reinstated.

Work is currently being undertaken on the Pershore Rd shaft which involves the installation of foul pipe work. 

Work is also progressing on Ripple Rd shaft which involves the installation of permanent concrete hard standings around the new STW site.

Cartland Road is due to be closed from 25th October for a period of approximately 2 weeks.  This is to carry out an uncharted water main diversion to enable the sewer works to be completed.  Whilst this work is being undertaken, there will be two-way traffic signals on Pershore Rd outside Perfection snooker hall.  This is to enable National Grid to divert one of their gas mains to allow a sewer pipe to be diverted into the new shaft tank.

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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #32 on: October 22, 2014, 12:42:39 PM »
Work is continuing at the Pershore Road pumping station shaft tank involving installing internal pipework in the shaft. The shaft cover slab will be delivered and placed by mobile crane shortly.

Work is continuing at Ripple road shaft tank involving vehicle access and surface works.

New surface water pipework has been largely completed in Hazelwell park and will continue in approximately 1 week with the completion of outfall works to the river Rea.

Cartland road will be closed from 25 October 2014 for approximately 2 weeks between the junctions of Ripple road and Riverbrook drive. This is to enable the diversion of an uncharted water main discovered during the last road closure to enable completion of sewer works in that area.

Work is continuing in the grass verge off Cartland road to locate services there. Work involves installing a 1200mm diameter foul water sewer and diverting a gas main.

Work in grass verge at the Pershore road/Cartland road junction has resumed and includes installing an additional manhole and sewer connection work.
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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #33 on: November 10, 2014, 02:00:11 PM »
Work is continuing at the Pershore Road pumping station shaft tank area involving internal pipework installation. The shaft cover slab will be delivered and placed by mobile crane shortly.

Work is continuing at Ripple road shaft tank involving vehicle access and surface works   

 A  new surface water sewer outfall structure has been installed at the River Rea bank in Hazelwell park and work will continue there shortly with the completion of an outfall channel at the river's edge.

New sewerage upgrade work in Cartland Road has been completed at the position of a clashing utility main under a local road closure and Cartland road was reopened on 2 November 2014.

Work is continuing in the grass verge off Cartland road and includes installing a 1200mm diameter foul water sewer.

Work in grass verge at the Pershore road/Cartland road junction has been completed. 

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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #34 on: November 10, 2014, 02:05:37 PM »
Any chance of Twyning Road being swept?  There's a thick band of stones and debris on both sides of the road along the parked cars.  They're getting flicked up by passing traffic, my car has about 3 new dents in the side.  Plus it reduces grip on the road.  It's not much fun on two wheels.

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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #35 on: November 10, 2014, 04:04:26 PM »
@ STW-Shifnal

Is it safe to assume that the low level wooden fencing alongside the grass verge on Cartland road by the bus stop will be replaced?

Whilst it was in a poor condition prior to the works commencing the condition has become much worse since it began.

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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #36 on: November 20, 2014, 03:41:37 PM »
Work is continuing at the Pershore Road pumping station shaft tank area involving duct and pipe installation. The cover slab has been placed on the shaft .

Work is continuing at Ripple road shaft tank involving surface works and shaft pump control panel installation.   

A new surface water sewer outfall structure has been installed at the River Rea bank in Hazelwell park and work will continue there shortly with the completion of an outfall channel at the river’s edge.

Work is continuing in the grass verge off Cartland road and includes installing a 1200mm diameter foul water sewer. Work will continue there for approximately another 3 weeks.


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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #37 on: November 20, 2014, 03:46:33 PM »
Dave

If any low level fencing has been damaged or removed as part of our works it will be replaced, however we must note that there was numerous areas of damage rail before we took occupation of the area.

Kwacky

We will arrange to get Tywning Rd swept and for the channels to be cleaned.

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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #38 on: November 21, 2014, 08:51:06 AM »
Thank you.

Any idea on a completion date for the works?

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« Reply #39 on: November 26, 2014, 10:51:24 AM »
Kwacky

We are aiming for the works to be completed by end of Feb 2015.

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« Reply #40 on: November 26, 2014, 10:52:13 AM »
Work is continuing at the Pershore Road pumping station shaft tank area involving duct and pipe installation and surface works.

Work is continuing at Ripple road shaft tank involving surface works, vehicle access and shaft pump control panel installation.   

A new surface water sewer outfall structure has been installed at the River Rea bank in Hazelwell park and work will continue there shortly with the completion of an outfall channel at the river’s edge.

Work is continuing in the grass verge off Cartland road and includes installing a 1200mm diameter foul water sewer. Work will continue there for approximately another 3 weeks.


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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #41 on: December 04, 2014, 04:29:29 PM »
Work is continuing at the Pershore Road pumping station shaft tank area involving duct and pipe installation and surface works.

Work is continuing at Ripple road shaft tank involving surface works, vehicle access and shaft pump control panel installation.     

A new surface water sewer outfall structure has been installed at the River Rea bank in Hazelwell park and work will continue there shortly with the completion of an outfall channel at the river's edge.

Work is continuing in the grass verge off Cartland road and includes installing a 1200mm diameter foul water sewer and modifications to a combined sewer outfall underground chamber.
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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #42 on: December 11, 2014, 02:22:02 PM »
Work is continuing at the Pershore Road pumping station shaft tank area involving pipe installation and surface works.

Work is continuing at Ripple road shaft tank involving surface works, vehicle access and mechanical and electrical work at the installed pump control panel.     

A new surface water sewer outfall structure has been installed at the River Rea bank in Hazelwell park and work will continue there shortly with the completion of an outfall channel at the river’s edge.

Work is continuing in the grass verge off Cartland road and includes installing a 1200mm diameter foul water sewer and modifications to a combined sewer outfall underground chamber. Work will continue there for approximately another 3 weeks.


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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #43 on: December 18, 2014, 04:17:15 PM »
Our work sites will be closing down for the Christmas period between  Friday 19th December and Monday 5th January.

We would like to thank all residents for their patience, and apologise for any inconvenience caused during these essential works.

We would like to wish all residents and the local community a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Works will re-commence in the New Year on Pershore Rd, and will continue on Cartland Rd and Ripple Rd.  The scheme will be completed in February 2015.

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Re: Stirchley Flood Alleviation Scheme
« Reply #44 on: January 12, 2015, 08:21:41 AM »
Work is continuing at the Pershore Road pumping station shaft tank area involving duct installation and surface works. A sewer connection to an installed storage tank has started in Pershore road under a local lane closure with traffic signals and will continue there for approximately 4 weeks.

Work is continuing at Ripple road shaft tank involving mechanical and electrical work at the installed pump control panel.   

A new surface water sewer outfall structure has been installed at the River Rea bank in Hazelwell park and work will continue there shortly with the completion of an outfall channel at the river’s edge.

Work is continuing in the grass verge off Cartland road and includes installing a 1200mm diameter foul water sewer and modifications to a combined sewer outfall underground chamber.