Swanley Village Road, Swanley
Carriageway Patching – POSTPONED
When we plan to carry out the work and how long it will take
This is to inform you that as part of the on-going maintenance and improvement of the highway network, Kent County Council will be carrying out patching repair work to the carriageway of Swanley Village Road, Swanley between junctions with Button Street and Beechenlea Lane.
These road surface improvement works are programmed to start on the 17th December 2018 and should take 2 days to complete.
These activities will be undertaken during a working window between the hours of 9.30am and 3.30pm.
This type of work can be affected by bad weather, so if it is not possible for us to carry it out at this time, we will arrange a new date and let you know via a letter drop to your home.
We will also put up signs along the road before we start showing the date we plan to start work.
During these essential works it will be necessary to close the road completely so that we can carry out the works safely for both the workforce and road users.
During this closure, a signed diversion route will be in place during the closure via Wood Street, Ship Lane, A225 Main Road, Arnolds Lane, Clement Street, Lower Road, B258 Main Road, Highlands Hill and Swanley Village Road.
What we plan to do
Safety critical road defects will be repaired via saw cutting and removing the damaged road surface, and then reinstating in tarmac. Re-instatements will then be laid to profile and compacted to the level of the existing road surface.
How you can help
It is inevitable that residents and businesses near the works will experience some disruption, but we will try to keep these to a minimum.
Any pavements will remain open at all times, but vehicle access to properties will need to be restricted for a short period while work is carried out in front of each property.
If you have any particular access needs, please let the workforce on site know.
If your vehicle is usually parked on the carriageway, please make sure you park it somewhere else away from the site whilst the works are carried out, so the road is clear for us to complete these works activities.
We need your help to make sure the work is done as quickly as possible and to the best possible quality.
How to contact us
If you need more information, you can visit our website www.kent.gov.uk/highways to find out how we look after the roads throughout Kent or report any faults you find on our roads. Alternatively, you can call us on 03000 41 81 81.
For your safety and the safety of our workforce, please drive carefully and slowly through the roadworks.