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The £7.2 million programme of works spans a 14km long section of our Thames Valley network and will run over an 11 month period.In addition to the improving the cable network, the substation at the site of the Military Vehicles and Engineering Establishment will be refurbished to meet the needs of the upgraded electricity infrastructure.The Project Manager for the works, Anthony Horne explains more: “This is a substantial series of works that we will carry out over nearly a year to help future-proof the network that serves homes and businesses from Ascot to Longcross and all the areas in between.“The project is required to enable large, new connections for the expansion of businesses and homes across the region, while strengthening the resilience of the network.“As well as the upgrades to the infrastructure, parts of the network will also be reconfigured to ensure the best supply to our customers.”In relation to the works, which started in January 2019, a series of public engagement events were held locally to enable residents and business owners to meet our team, find out more about the route of the works and raise any questions they might have. As a result of these meetings we have been working with Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council and Surrey County Council to alleviate concerns raised by businesses and residents regarding the ongoing programme of roadworks.
The revised programme of works can be found below.
To keep up to date on our traffic management including road closures please visit roadworks.org and search for your postcode. There are no planned interruptions to your electricity supply and this installation will not affect the existing supplies within the area.
This map will provide you with the full route of the project split into each phase including expected dates.
9/7/2019 - London Road
Works are now complete on A30
London Road and the construction team will now be proceeding north up Devenish
Road. We will endeavour to maintain access to residents where possible however
the road is closed to through traffic. With works proceeding northwards
residents are requested to observe our location and follow the diversion to
gain access. High sided vehicles requiring access to the south of Ascot Railway
are advised to use Sunninghill Road to Bagshot Road.
17/6/2019 – Kennel Lane
Works have been completed on
Kennel Lane and the Road Closure has been removed.
24/6/2019 – Devenish Road
Works will commence on A30
London Road and will then proceed North into Devenish Road. This aspect of the
works will require a road closure on Devenish Road. Road users are advised to
follow the diversion Via A30 London Road and A329 London Road/Ascot High
11/6/2019 - Westwood Road
We have completed works in Westwood Road ahead of schedule
and have progressed into Kennel Lane. These were removed for the Windlesham
Fete on the weekend of 8 June 2019 and have been replaced for
works to continue to Pound lane. Works will then be removed until the Summer
Holidays as per our published programme. Works will continue on Chertsey Road
between Windlesham and Longcross.
04/05/2019 - Chertsey RoadWe have started works between Windsor Road and Burma Road earlier than expected.
16/04/2019 - High StreetWe have successfully completed the phase of the project impacting High Street to Ascot Railway Bridge.
18/03/2019 - Station HillWe have successfully completed the phase of the project impacting Ascot Racecourse to Station Hill.
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