11th October 2017
Green Lane Traffic Calming - Final Surfacing
- Author: Anne Cleaver
- Published: 26th April 2017
- Categories: News, Community & Volunteer, Clanfield
Latest Green Lane update. Final Surfacing in Green Lane, Clanfield
The final surfacing for the carriageway on Green Lane, at the Chalton Lane junction, will take place on Friday 5 May and Monday 8 May.
The road will be closed for both these days and signs will be placed on-site to inform road users.
Green Lane is now open for traffic but road users and pedestrians are urged to be aware of lane closures and uneven footpaths as work continues on resurfacing the pavements.
Highways contactors took a few minutes out of their busy day for a photograph for Clanfield Online.
These workers are doing a great job to make Clanfield a great place to live.
Green Lane to re-open today, 23rd March 2017.
The new junction at Walburton Way will be open today. All works are completed at this location with the exception of the road humps from Redwing Road up to Walburton Way. Seven native trees planted at this junction - 3 Oaks, 3 Field Maples and 1 Elm.
Work on improvements to the footways in Green Lane started this week at the junction of Redwing Road. Further work is starting on the junction alteration at Walburton Way.
Green Lane Traffic Calming - Latest News from the contractors.
We are pushing ahead with replacing the kerbs between Walburton Way and Hazel Grove in advance of the next resurfacing visit for the carriageway for Green Lane next week.
We anticipate that all the works up to Walburton Way from Drift Road will be completed within 2 weeks and the last section up to Chalton Lane should be completed within 6-8 weeks. This is dependent on the developer completed a new section of footway on the corner of Chalton Lane that has been promised to be deliver as part of the S278 agreement with HCC.
We would like to thank the residents on Walburton Way and Green Lane for their patience during these works.
Green Lane Traffic Calming Update
The men working on the Green Lane traffic calming project continued to work through the heavy rain showers today to ensure that work schedules stayed on target.
One group were working hard on extending and resurfacing the paved corners of the Green Lane/Redwing Road crossroad. They are concentrating on finishing these paved areas by the end of this week, so they can then lay a new road surface from the crossroads to Walburton Way during the half term holiday and avoid clashing with school traffic.
Other construction workers were removing the old road surface near Walburton Way. I noticed they were careful to pause their heavy digging machinery as pedestrians passed by, ensuring there were no mishaps.
Let's hope that the weather improves over the next week so that the upgrade of this vital work continues on time.
New New 12February:-
In further news.
The footway on the west side from Redwing Way to Walburton Way is being surfaced today and Monday.
The carriageway from the new table top at Redwing to the junction at Walburton Way is to be surfaced week commencing 20th Feb (half term week). This will involve some necessary delays and further restrict access during the milling out of the old and application of the new surface. Access to properties will be maintained as much as possible but people will need to bear with us while we work.
Access to all properties on Green Lane will be maintained but will be closed to through traffic and a diversion will be in place using New Road.
Work started in December in St James Close and adjacent to the bus shelter in Chalton Lane has been completed.
Green Lane road closures should start from week beginning Monday 10 January 2017
Work has started.
Junction of Green Lane and Walburton Lane closed to traffic and minus a roundabout!
Through traffic now being diverted along Chalton Lane and into New Road. Access for Green Lane residents remains open.
These are the latest maps, supplied to Clanfield Online at time of publication, showing the revised scale of works to be completed by Havant Borough Council, working with Hampshire County Council. Note that the solid footway areas coloured yellow with black stripes are the sections of footway which will be replaced.
Clanfield Online will try to keep you informed of any changes and updates.
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