REPAIRS TO SLIP FAILURES AND UPGRADING OF STORMWATER AND ASSOCIATED SURFACING ON ROOIDRAAI ROAD
The repair to slip failures and upgrade of stormwater infrastructure and associated surfacing on Rooidraai Road, Herolds Bay, will have an impact on residents and road users for the period from the end of April 2023. The Phase 1 construction duration is estimated at 11 months.
REPAIRS TO SLIP FAILURES AND UPGRADING OF STORMWATER AND SURFACING:
ROOIDRAAI ROAD: PHASE 1
Repairs to slip failures will be done. Stormwater infrastructure will be upgraded, and the existing block paving will be replaced. Existing waterlines will be relocated.
End April 2023 to February 2024
Municipal services may be disrupted during construction. Advance notification of planned temporary disruptions will be sent out via social media.
Working hours will be from 07h00 to 18h00 Mondays to Fridays and 07h00 – 14h00 on Saturdays as may be needed from time to time.
Caution needs to be exercised by residents, road users and pedestrians throughout the duration of the construction period. Adherence to flag persons, temporary road signage and markings will be required. The Road will be closed to the public, but access will be granted to residents living adjacent to the road.
ACCESS TO THE SITE:
Access to the site will be strictly controlled. Any member of the public who enters the site will have to comply with the relevant requirements in terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
PROJECT ENQUIRIES: Mr Fred Wait – 076 393 1177
The George Municipality apologises for any inconvenience and appeals to all residents to be patient and exercise caution during the upgrade. Please look out for and adhere to temporary road signage and roadworks personnel.