We understand you probably have some questions about the project so we’ve tried to answer them below.
We anticipate all work on site to be completed by the end of October 2018.
Contractors are expected to be on site before peak-hour traffic to minimise any impact on commuters. There will be a number of deliveries on w/c 16th April, whilst the contractor establishes at the site. Throughout the contract, it is intended that deliveries will be limited to two to three per week.
We do not anticipate creating any dust or dirt that will affect the residents of Beacon Lane or Camberley Crescent. Delivery vehicles will remain on the tarmac road, while delivering to site. The road will be checked after each delivery.
Whilst construction work, by definition, will involve heavy plant and machinery, our principal contractor and its subcontractors will eliminate, reduce, isolate or control noise levels wherever possible, minimising disruption for our neighbours.
Please note there will be no disruption to your water supply as a result of these works.
South Staffs Water and Stonbury are working closely with their appointed ecological specialist and liaising with Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust throughout the project to mitigate any impact resulting from these works.
If we haven’t answered your question already, there are a number of ways you can find out more.
The project is being undertaken and managed by specialist contractor to the water industry, Stonbury. A dedicated community liaison officer has been appointed to the project to manage any enquiries.
Stonbury Project Manager
A 24 hour help line is also available in case of any enquiries outside of normal working hours.
0330 022 9267