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Further Information on Le Truchot Wastewater Project

Guernsey Water's forthcoming wastewater flooding alleviation project at Le Truchot will commence on Tuesday 14th January and will incorporate traffic management arrangements and the relocation of the taxi rank.

The traffic management arrangements will consist of limiting the Weighbridge Roundabout to a single traffic lane while work on the roundabout and carriageways is undertaken. Despite this restricted access, one carriageway will remain operational at all times. These arrangements are planned to run from 14th – 26th January.

Le Truchot Project Will Incorporate Night Working and Taxi Rank Move

Guernsey Water's forthcoming project at Le Truchot to alleviate surface water flooding will incorporate 18-hour daily working and the repositioning of the taxi rank.

Starting from 14th January 2014, contractors Geomarine will work from 6am until midnight each day for the first two weeks of the project in order to get the work on and around the roundabout completed as quickly as possible. The decision to extend the working hours was taken after consultation with the Environment Department on the best way to reduce traffic disruption in the area.

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