With most of the piling work finished, we are now moving on to the bases and lower walls.
Repairs to the sea defence wall along sections of the coastal path from Portsmouth's Mountbatten Centre to the Lido will get underway from 20th June.
Essential repairs are required to remedy damage sustained to these Scheduled Ancient Monuments ahead of the 2022-23 storm season.
Work along the Eastern Road keeps progressing nicely and if you drive or walk along our site boundaries you will notice there is a lot going on.
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Work has been carried out over the past few months and whilst pausing all work close to the sea during the winter break, some landscaping work will still be conducted in the area around the sailing club.
The opening of the slipway at the sailing club marks one of the last milestones of work before pausing for winter.
Last week the highly anticipated flood glass arrived on site and the first sections of glass flood wall are being installed at the Andrew Simpson Centre.
We pause our main construction works over the winter months as there are a number of bird species that migrate through and also overwinter in the Solent, which are protected.
This week the spring tides have reached the new wall, and a nice reflection was visible in the water.
We continue to progress with the flood defence wall. At the same time, we continue works to the Tudor Sailing Club slipway.