Surrey County Council (SCC) Highways has issued an advance notice of Footpath Repair on Ashurst Road from Monday 21st November 2022 for 9 weeks. As a result, there is NO PARKING permitted during this time.
SCC advise that residents may not park in the area where the team are working. These works will be carried out in stages along the road. They will try to give residents prior warning to move vehicles by marking the works area with cones and barriers and by placing no parking flyers on vehicles.
Residents are also asked to cut back any overgrown vegetation, tree branches, hedges or shrubs from their garden that are hanging or growing over the pavement to expose the full width of the pavement surface before works start.
Information to residents and Businesses
The area in red on the map shows the area that will be impacted. They will be carrying out reconstruction works on the entire length of the pavement of Ashurst Road, Ash Vale on both sides. SCC will make sure you can get to and from your house or business when it is safe to do so. Please talk to a member of staff on-site if you need help – talking to staff can solve most issues.
The scheme will include some Saturday work. The work hours are weekdays 8 am – 5 pm and 8 am – 4 pm on Saturdays. Adverse weather may impact the work schedule.
It is illegal to drive over the pavement to access your property unless there is a vehicle crossover (dropped kerb). If you want access to park on your property, you will need to apply for a crossover. Vehicle crossovers can only be approved and constructed by application to the council; they will not be included as part of this scheme. If your property has been previously accessible by an unofficial vehicle crossover, due to an uneven or sunken kerb for example, this may be removed or altered as part of these works, as SCC may need to adjust or raise the existing kerb levels. SCC will not be raising existing vehicle crossings. For more information or to apply for a crossover visit: Vehicle crossovers or dropped kerbs – Surrey County Council (surreycc.gov.uk).
The works will be carried out in stages. Residents may be required to move cars parked within the areas marked by cones/barriers. Areas of pavement may be closed during the work, following signage.
Access for residents, the emergency services, pedestrians and dismounted cyclists will be maintained at all times. SCC will make sure you can get to and from your house or business when it is safe to do so. Please first talk to a member of staff on-site if you need help, as they can solve most issues.
Have you seen a road sign left behind?
If a road sign has been left behind following any road works please report it to Surrey via the web link www.RemoveThisSign.com
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