1. When will this project be completed?
Our outline construction programme states that main construction works are due to be completed in Autumn 2022
2. What are the site working hours?
The site working hours are 8am – 6pm, Monday to Friday, and 8am – 1pm on Saturdays.
3. When are noisy works allowed to be carried out?
Noisy works are restricted on a voluntary basis to the hours of 8.00am – 10.00am, 12.00pm – 2.00pm, 4.00pm – 6.00pm). This is in line with Camden Council’s guidance for construction.
No noisy works will take place on Saturday.
4. When are construction vehicles allowed to visit the site?
Construction vehicles are permitted to visit the site during working hours. The site working hours are 8am – 6pm, Monday to Friday, and 8am – 1pm on Saturdays.
5. How will you manage construction vehicles coming into and out of the site?
The primary access route for vehicles will be via Wild Street merging onto Kemble Street.
All unloading and loading activities will take place on the site. Engines will be turned off immediately once vehicles enter the site.
Vehicles will then leave the site by following the one-way system on Keeley Street, turning left onto Kemble Street and then finally turning left onto Kingsway.
Traffic marshals will guide vehicles to and from the site.
6. How will you be mitigating the impacts of construction?
All mitigation measures that will be implemented during construction can be found in the Construction Management Plan, which can be downloaded here. You can also find details on our Construction page [link].
Some of the mitigation methods that will be used are:
- All demolition activities to be in accordance with good practice. This includes minimising unnecessary revving of engines, turning off machines when note in use, routine maintenance of machinery, and the use of equipment fitted with effective silencers/insulation.
- The appointment of a site liaison manager to record, action and investigate complaints.
- Noise and vibration mitigation by distance and screening.
- Use of concrete crushers rather than pneumatic hammers.
7. Will there be any road closures during construction?
No roads will need to close during the duration of the works, except for the erection of a crane during demolition works for two days. This would normally be over a weekend to minimise traffic disruption. Residents will be notified well in advance of this taking place.
8. Who can I contact in case of an emergency?
In the case of an emergency, please contact the Senior Project Manager, Paul Millar, either by email at email@example.com or phone on 07584 233922.
9. Who can I contact if I would like to make a complaint?
If you would like to report an issue, we would encourage you to get in touch with the site Community Liaison Manager, Cherrie O’Kane. She can be contacted by email at cherrie.o’firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 07894 259321.
10. What impact will Covid-19 have on the construction plans?
Erith are fully committed to keeping their workforce and neighbours safe during this time, with all works following the guidelines set out in their COVID-19 management documents which can be accessed on their website.
Seaforth Land requires all contractors to abide by Camden Council’s requirements for building and construction and the Considerate Constructors Scheme, whereby contractors will commit to giving the utmost consideration to their impact on neighbours and the public.
11. How will you communicate the construction plans regularly to local residents?
During the construction programme, we will provide regular updates through our newsletters and this website.
Notices will also be put up around the site outlining any up and coming activities.
We are committed to ensuring we follow current Government guidelines on Covid-19 and will not be able to offer any face-to-face drop-in sessions for the foreseeable future.