We have received the following information from Hampshire Highways related to upcoming roadworks.
As part of Hampshire County Council’s programme to make Hampshire’s roads more resilient to the effects of extreme weather and heavy traffic, we will be undertaking Proactive Patching works at various locations on, Station Road, Liphook and The Mead, Liphook. The attached letters were sent out to residents this week.
The works are programmed to start at The Mead on Mon. 11 Sept. for 3 days and Station Road on Wed. 13 September for 3 days. Due to the nature of the work and for safety reasons, it is necessary to carry the work out under a road closure with a signed diversion route in place. The road will be reopened outside each working shift.
For more information visit One.Network – The Mead https://one.network/?GB135175232
– Station Road https://one.network/?GB135175037
Whilst there is an allowance within the time periods shown above for delays, there may be times when we must postpone works at very short notice; based on the latest weather forecasts, this can occur just prior to works commencing. We will always look to provide up to date information wherever we can, but sometimes these last-minute decisions can be difficult to relay to the travelling public in a timely manner. When we can, any significant changes to the scheduled dates will be made clear on the yellow sign boards located at the works limits.
Information signs advising road users of the works will be erected before the start of works. Letters have been sent to local residents and businesses, to advise them accordingly.