Routine timber maintenance work along South Hayling frontage
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.
Since completion of the Phase 2 Ground Investigations earlier this month, we have had a couple of reports of a short section earth bund on the western side of Langstone Rd being inadequately reinstated.
The opening of the slipway at the sailing club marks one of the last milestones of work before pausing for winter.
Ground Investigation (GI) works are complete and the next stage of structural investigations at Langstone, scheduled for the week commencing Monday 4th October 2021.
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.
In Summer 2021 we launched a visitor survey to seek the community’s views on Hook Lake with Warsash Nature Reserve. Here are the top five answers to these key questions.
This week the spring tides have reached the new wall, and a nice reflection was visible in the water.
Notification of forthcoming works along the South Hayling Frontage
Ground Investigation (GI) works are scheduled to take place in Langstone week commencing Monday 13th September 2021
We continue to progress with the flood defence wall. At the same time, we continue works to the Tudor Sailing Club slipway.