Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 8th October 2013 8:24am
Over the next fortnight, Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) will be carrying out road treatment works in various locations across the county, including Haw Lane, on Bledlow Ridge and Thame Road, in Longwick.
These works are being carried out as part of the 'We're Working on It' programme. The work is being done to improve the condition of the road in order to prolong its life.
The work on Thame Road, Longwick will be carried out at night utilising a road closure between 7pm-7am. Work on Thame Road will commence on Tuesday 15th October.
Haw Lane, Bledlow Ridge will be worked on during the daytime, also under a road closure. Haw Lane will commence on Wednesday 9th October.
Information signs will be put up prior to the start of the works, giving the actual dates and durations. Works of this nature are extremely weather-dependent and therefore may be subject to disruption due to inclement weather. If the works are delayed, the notice signs on site will be updated to reflect any change in dates. Works will not take place over the weekend.
TfB will endeavour to keep the noise levels on the site as low as reasonably possible at all times. However, due to the nature of these works, noisy activities may occur at times throughout the period and TfB apologise in advance for this.
It is vital that we ask that whilst works are being undertaken that vehicles are not parked on the highway and/or footway, as this would obviously cause an obstruction and prevent the necessary works from being carried out in their entirety.
Further information can be found on TfB's Service Information Centre here
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