Western Ticket Hall Update


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October 2015

Western Ticket Hall Update On 11 October BFK handed the Western Ticket Hall to CSJV. In order for CSJV to complete the next phase of works, including the ventilation shaft, we will be erecting a tower crane on St Anselm’s Place, close to Mayfair Café. The crane will be arriving on Thursday 22 October and will take 3 days to erect (22 -24 October). During this period Davies Street will remain closed to vehicles up to Davies Mews, all pedestrian access will be maintained. Certain areas of St Anselm’s Place will be closed for lifting crane section from Davies Street, but vehicle access to the properties will be maintained. Weighhouse Street pavement which goes past the West One delivery bays will be closed temporarily. Routes to Oxford St, Davies St and Brook St, can still be accessed, marshalls will be in place to provide directions. CSJV and all West One deliveries will be accessed by using Davies Platform Street as an entry point for 3 days. All vehicles will be directed to use Upper Brook Street, Duke Street and Weighhouse Street to enter the site.

Although Weighhouse Street is currently one way only, we will make it two-way for the installation of the crane to allow vehicles to enter and exit the site. We will have traffic marshalls on Weighhouse Street to ensure that all traffic entering and exiting the site does so safely.

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We have a backup date of 29 October for the tower crane installation, if the weather does not permit us to carry out the works safely on 22 October.

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Duration of work • CSJV have been working core hours Monday to Friday; 08:00 to 18:00 and Saturdays 08:00 to 13:00

What to expect • Installing a tower crane on St Anslem's Place • General site activity

What we will do • Monitor dust, noise and vibration to keep it within permitted levels • Traffic marshalls on site to help with traffic flow and vehicle access into and out of the site.

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