HS2 Works Notification: Update notice of construction at South Ruislip ventilation shaft site and Vegetation clearance at South Ruislip
We’re writing to update you about some planned works that we will be carrying out in your area. Construction at South Ruislip ventilation shaft site
We wrote to you in June to inform you that construction to build the ventilation shaft would commence. This work continues as we construct the diaphragm wall for the shaft and excavate to 35 metres below ground level.
• From 3 December 2021 to 4 June 2022, we will be excavating and concreting Monday to Friday, 24 hours a day and Saturdays 8am to 8pm.
For further information please see our update works notification.
Vegetation clearance at South Ruislip vent shaft site In preparation for installation of a water pipe at Yeading Brook, de-vegetation will be required to clear the railway embankment. We will be working overnight every Sunday from 11December 2021 to 29 January 2022. We will be clearing vegetation outside of core hours from 12am (midnight) to 7am.
We will not be working Sunday 26 December 2021 and Sunday 2 January 2022.
For further information please see our works notification.
If you have a question about HS2 or our works, please contact our HS2 Helpdesk team on 08081 434 434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HS2 Community Engagement team
Click Carers Trust Winter 2021 for further information to see the full pdf.
And our wreath for Sunday….
And finally Sid our Vice Chair at the Polish War Memorial Service on Sunday.
We are planning the next SRRA Quarterly meeting for the 26th January 2022. All being well we look forward to seeing you then.
Latest from HS2 on road works in the South Ruislip area.
UTILITY WORKS IN SOUTH RUISLIP
Old Dairy Site
27th September – 15th December
Phase 1 Road narrows – Lane Closure
Phase 2 4-way lights with a loading bay suspension.
Phase 3 4-way lights with a loading bay suspension.
Phase 4 4-way lights
Phase 5 Road narrows parking bay suspension.
Engagements with local businesses has been confirmed
West End Road
29th November – 10th December
2-way traffic lights + pedestrian crossing (29/11 to 3/12)
4-Way traffic lights + pedestrian crossing (6/12 to 10/12)
Scope CCTV surveys
Station Approach / Long Drive
10 Jan – 22nd Jan 2022
TM operation 24 hours.
Traffic management2 way signals with footway closures assisted by 2 signalised crossing points.
Great Central Avenue closed in one direction throughout the duration of the works with suitable diversions provided.
IT IS HOPED THE DATES DON’T CHANGE BUT CHANGES HAVE BEEN FREQUENT LATELY
Plenty happening in the area and lots of interesting articles and updates in the newsletter!
- Glebe Farm
- Health post Lockdown
- Flowers in South Ruislip
And plenty more!
We hope you enjoy the read.
Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have published an outline for the rebuild of Hillingdon Hospital on the existing site at Pield Heath Road.
The scheme can be found here. According to the site the plan will be to offer a continuity of services at Hillingdon whilst the building work goes on.
We are pleased to see the long-overdue investment in Hillingdon Hospital.
The trust expects to submit planning permission requests in Autumn 2021 with a response expected in Spring 2022 so this finished project will be some years off.
With the government set to delay the easing of all social restrictions for a further four weeks we have decided as a committee to delay the SRRA quarterly meeting until October.
This means the cancellation of the meeting on 28th July 2021. The next scheduled meeting of the SRRA is 27th October 2021.
Thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing you then.
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Burglary Crime Prevention Advice
Dear Watch Member,
Please take some time to read the crime prevention advice attached in relation to preventing burglars getting access to your property via windows.
Burglars are adapting their approach during the lockdown and there have been reports of burglars climbing properties to get in.