Dear Councillor Robin,
Thanks for your e mail and raising concerns about beeping noise at East Dulwich Grove Jw Red Post Hill. I’d liaised with Peter Suggett (Contract Manager) and following measures were in place prior to resurfacing on last night:
- All breaks out around iron work will be carried out using a w350 planer, to minimise noise and duration
- All milling will be completed by mid night; we anticipate all works to be completed by mid night
- All plant and transport will have white sound reversing aid
Please see below e-mail from Peter Flaherty confirming that work went very well last night (Saturday, 2nd March)
Majority (more than 90%) of work at junction completed on East Dulwich Grove/Red Post hill.
Also there was a water leakage at East Dulwich Grove Jw Dulwich Village since 27th Feb 2013. Though I reported to Thames Water numerous times, they haven’t resolved the leakage yet.
I would like to inform you that due to ongoing leakage issue at East Dulwich Grove Jw Dulwich Village that particular section has been left untreated. Remaining work will be carried out with Temp Traffic light to avoid further disruption to road users.
When Thames Water resolves water leakage then I’ll inform key stakeholders about resuming remaining section of work.
Hope it will alleviate all your concerns!!
Sent: 02 March 2013 11:20
To: Crookshank Hilton, Robin
Subject: Re: carriageway resurfacing
Dear RobinYes it was much better. Nobody told me that anything was being done, but I was able to sleep last night. They also finished much earlier. The bleeping appeared to be much less than the previous two nights.
I hope the situation is better for everyon. Here is the latest email exchange:
On 2 Mar 2013, at 13:06, “Jansari, Himanshu” <Himanshu.Jansari@southwark.gov.uk> wrote: