High Street, Blackboys - Footway Reconstruction

High Street, Blackboys - Footway Reconstruction

A map of the footway reconstruction extent on High Street, Blackboys

A map of the footway reconstruction extent on High Street, Blackboys

What works are taking place?

Balfour Beatty is working in partnership with East Sussex County Council to manage the highways service across East Sussex. As part of this, we will be carrying out footway reconstruction and other associated works on High Street, Blackboys.

The other associated works will include crack sealing, ironworks, edgings, siding, granite setts and tactile paving work.

When do they start?

Work will start on Tuesday 30 May 2023 and continue until Friday 23 June 2023.

We will be working from Gun Road junction to the junction of B2102 Lewes Road.

How will this impact highway users?

These sections of footway in High Street will be closed to pedestrians. 

There will be no weekend or bank holiday working and the road will remain open under temporary traffic signals between 7am and 7pm. The traffic signals will be manually controlled during peak hours. 

If you need vehicle access discuss this with the team on site to see if this is possible. Please bear in mind there will be delays whilst the area is made safe.

Information for residents and businesses

Parking: We will put out ‘no parking’ signs and cones on the site to advise where parking is restricted. Please avoid parking in these locations as it will delay our works.

Weather: All of these works are subject to favourable weather conditions, for example heavy rain may affect the progress of the works.

Properties close to the carriageway may experience a temporary disturbance as this can be a noisy process and those properties may experience flashing lights and reversing sirens. We would like to take this opportunity to apologise in advance for any inconvenience or disruption this work may cause.

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