Hampshire County Council Repair Works in Langstone
Hampshire Highways (Hampshire County Council) are due to undertake safety repair works to the footpath near the end of the Langstone High Street, and quay wall maintenance works to the seawall around the area used as a car park near the Ship Inn, week commencing Monday 9th May.
These works are separate from the Langstone FCERM Scheme where a new coastal defence scheme with a 50-year design life is being developed by Havant Borough Council. Our work continues with the Langstone FCERM scheme to replace these life expired defences.
Please take care if visiting or moving around the area prior to and during the works.
Summary Details of Repair Works
Who: Milestone Infrastructure Ltd. on behalf of Hampshire Highways.
Where: Section 1: Langstone Public Footpath No129, between the Langston High Street and Green Cottage and Section 2: the quay wall fronting the car park of the A3023, near the Ship Inn.
When: Monday 9th May 2022 for 8 weeks. The majority of the works will be completed between the hours of 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday. At times, due to tidal restrictions, works may start outside of these normal working hours, but no earlier than 5am and no later than 7pm.
Why: Urgent health and safety repairs are required to fill holes and cracks in the footpath surface and associated works to the sea wall are necessary to enable the surface repairs to take place(Section 1). Maintenance repairs are also required to the sea wall in front of the car park at the Ship Inn (Section 2).
What: Repairs include a variety of both temporary and permanent works as detailed below;
- A compound will be established in the car park to facilitate welfare, parking and storage of materials, equipment and waste throughout the construction period
- Fencing will be erected around the compound and working areas to provide a safe working environment for both the contractor and the public
- A temporary footpath closure will be in place for Section 1 during the works
- Scaffolding will be installed along the seawall in Section 2 to negate the need to work from the foreshore
- Replacement of bricks and repointing along the seawall (Section 1)
- Repairs to concrete footpath surface (Section 1)
- Coping stone repairs (Section 2)
- Replacement of tidal return flap valve (Section 2)
- Fixing down of existing mooring rings (Section 2)
- All environmental licencing and consents have been obtained by the contractor.
For further details about the works contact Hampshire County Council on 0300 555 1388 or through their website: https://www.hants.gov.uk/transport/roadmaintenance/