GENERAL PROJECT

WINEP - Kirklevington Transfer

AS PART OF A £5 MILLION SCHEME, WE WILL BE CARRYING OUT ESSENTIAL WORK TO IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE AND FLEXIBILITY OF OUR WASTEWATER NETWORK AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT WORKS IN THE KIRKLEVINGTON AREA. THE SCHEME WILL HELP TO IMPROVE THE WATER QUALITY OF THE THESE AREAS FOR THE BENEFIT OF PEOPLE, THE ENVIRONMENT AND WILDLIFE AND ENSURE THAT CRITICAL WASTEWATER ASSETS CONTINUE TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY EFFECTIVELY.

Project updates

Update by Rachel Rutter

Hi Everyone, 

The site fencing and topsoil strip is now complete throughout the main site working areas. Archaeology holes are all completed, and nothing reported.

Investigation works are ongoing within Yarm Sewerage Treatment Works and Northumbrian Water have issued structural surveys, including vibration monitoring.

You may have seen our team have begun work on Yarm School playing fields on Green Lane, installing fencing and completing a topsoil strip.

Traffic management is in place on Thirsk Road using 2-way lights, which will repositioned throughout our work. We will keep you updated as work progresses.

Please contact us direct if you have any questions at nwl.customer@esh.uk.com.

Thank you for your time.

Rachel

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Update by Rachel Rutter

Hello everyone, 

ESH Stantec need to carry out essential work, in order to complete the work they will be transporting machinery along Ash Grove into the Sewerage Treatment Works towards the end of the cul-de-sac.

To make sure access is possible, could we please ask you to refrain from parking cars on the roadside on Tuesday 16 July 2024. 

We will keep distruption to a minimum and your refuse collection will not be disrupted. 

Please contact us direct if you have any questions at nwl.customer@esh.uk.com.

Thank you for your time!

Rachel

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Update by Rachel Rutter

Good afternoon

This week the team are preparing for the rising main work to begin with drainage excavation beginning on Monday 24 June 2024. 

We are currently working with local schools in the area for our work and continue to communicate with those directly impacted. 

As mentioned last week the compound area is now up and running, please see attached the latest photos.

Please contact us direct if you have any questions at nwl.customer@esh.uk.com.

Thank you for your time!

Rachel

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Update by Rachel Rutter

Good morning

The main compound has now been installed and secured. Cabins are in place and CCTV set up. The working area is now secured with fencing and further topsoil has been stripped in preparation for work. 

You may have seen the team working in the field on Green Lane, fencing has been installed around the working zones to allow access to continue. The new entrance way to the field is complete including widening of the entrance to allow large vehicle access. 

You may notice the bus stop has been relocated with a temporary footpath 50 meters from the existing area, this is to make sure the team are causing minimal disruption to those close by and to make sure all are safe. 

Please contact us direct if you have any questions at nwl.customer@esh.uk.com.

Thank you for your time!

Rachel

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Update by Rachel Rutter

Good morning,

Hope everyone had a lovely weekend!

We wanted to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves to you all, we work for the contract partner, ESH Stantec who will be delivering the work in this area. You may have seen our crews in the area starting the preparation work, please feel free to approach the crews and ask any questions. Christine, Alice and I will also be out and about alongside Northumbrian Waters Project Manager David Greensmith speaking to customers whilst these works take place.

As mentioned, the team have begun preparation work, which has included stripping topsoil, preparing the compound and installing site roads. This week you may see fencing being erected in the playing fields on Green Lane to allow archaeology trial holes to be completed.

We will endeavour to update this portal with information as we move around the area.

Thank you, have a great week!

Rachel, Christine & Alice

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