Week Twelve of Manor Waste Refurbishment

  |  Published: Jun 15th 2016
Slow progress on the power cable and its trench.
Slow progress on the power cable and its trench.

Work scheduled for this week includes installing the cycle hoops, stainless steel benches, tidying up and clearing away. Problems with electrical supply means that the surface has not yet been laid so the end of the project has now been delayed.

To read about the survey completed prior to this work, click here

To see some videos of work in progress click here

To see what happened in week one, click here

To see what happened in week two, click here

To see what happened in week three, click here

To see what happened in week four, click here

To see what happened in week five, click here

To see what happened in week six, click here

To see what happened in week seven, click here

To see what happened in week eight, click here

To see what happened in week nine, click here

To see what happened in week ten, click here

To see what happened in week eleven, click here

  • Monday 11 April: Slow progress on the power cable and its trench.
  • Tuesday 12 April: The two trenches are still there. The one on the left, with the yellow warning tape is for electricity and and is lined with an orange pipe, the one on the right is for water and is lined with a black pipe.
  • Wednesday 13 April: Now waiting for the electrical connections.
  • Thursday 14 April: On the left, the now filled in trench for power coming in from the High Street. Straight ahead, trench for power for new lighting for the War Memorial.
  • Friday 15 April: A kerb has been laid which marks the lower extremity of the Manor Waste.

To see what happened in week twelve, click here

To see what happened in week thirteen, click here

To see what happened in week fourteen, click here

To see what happened in week fifteen, click here

To see what happened in week sixteen, click here

To see what happened in August, click here

 

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