From Monday 14th of May the section of High Street between Bromley Road and Manor Road will revert back to two way traffic. I am about to start doing joint check agreements with my GCs subcontractors because on many occasions he has not paid the subcontractors.
Working practices which conform to standards such as BS1192:2007 are also incorporated to allow this document to work alongside current project management and document control protocols. From Fairfield Road to Kelsey Park Road the one way will be reversed meaning traffic will drive up Fairfield and exit Burnhill Road.
At the same time there will be traffic changes to Burnhill Road and Kelsey Lane, residents in these affected roads will be letter dropped shortly with a further update. FASA provides subcontractors and specialty trade contractors with the tools, techniques, practices, attitude and confidence they need to thrive and excel in the construction industry.
As a subcontractor, we have recently received several requests from contractors telling us they will make payment AFTER we sign a release of lien. For example, previously a business located in the High Street between Thornton’s Corner and Rectory Road would be provided with a temporary reduction between the start of Phase 1 (13 March 2017) and end of Phase 2 (circa August 2017).
Pedestrian access is maintained from Burnhill Road, Kelsey Square and Kelsey Lane to the High Street. You can press this key combination as many times as you like while the document is open â€” it retains the copied formatting until you do step 2 again. A traffic marshal will be in attendance in Burnhill Road on 6th August from 0800 – 1700 to help residents and road users.