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Road Resurfacing Provisional Schedule

After preparation, patching and area sweeping, the provisional schedule of road resurfacing works dressing and micro asphalt is as follows:

Thursday 20th September

R.N.L.I parking area
Path from the Doctor's surgery to Victoria Street
St. Anne's Church
First half of the Airport car park.

Friday 21st September

Airport Road
Allee es Fees
Carrierre Viront
Water Tower to Island Hall
Library to Island Hall
Hauteville
Le Mare Jean Bott
Marais to St. Martins
La Trigale

Saturday 22nd September

Le Mare Jean Bott
Marais to St. Martins
La Trigale
Clonque Road and car park
Rear of the Snooker Club

Sunday 23rd September

Impot Road
Newtown Road (School Frontage) and side footpath
Les Rocquettes to The Butes

Monday 24th September

Second half of Airport car park

 

The provisional schedule for the lockdown process of road resurfacing is as follows:

Tuesday 25th September

Airport Road
Allee es Fees
Carrierre Viront
Water Tower to Island Hall
Library to Island Hall
Hauteville
Le Marie Jean Bott
Marais to St. Martins
La Trigale

Wednesday 26th September

Clonque Road and car park
Rear of the Snooker Club
Impot Road
Newtown Road
Les Rocquettes to The Butes

 

Please be aware that this is a provisional schedule of works and may be subject to change without notice.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused during this period of road resurfacing and greatly appreciate resident's co-operation.

For assistance please contact our customer care line on 822408

 

You can help us by following this advice:

  • Be Safety Aware - Follow signs and instructions from site operatives
  • Pay attention to advisory signs and please do not park on the road when signs advise not to.
  • Drivers - please keep to the temporary speed limits and avoid sharp turns to allow the surface to stabilise
  • Check your shoes before entering your home or car. Don't walk the bitumen or chippings on to your floors.
  • Temporary floor covering is recommended in shops and offices.

Please be aware that initially the roads surface appear 'loose and unfinished,' but please bear with us and within a few days we are confident you will be pleased with its appearance and the road will be protected for many years to come.