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We're building a new sewer to connect a new housing development just east of Billingshurst, to our wastewater treatment works in Stane Street.
The final phase of our scheme in Billinghurst will now be completed in February - although we're doing all we can to finish sooner.
This is due to a request for us to stop work over Christmas, to reduce traffic disruption over the festive season.
We’ve now returned to the roundabout at the top of the Billingshurst by-pass, where there will be four-way lights in place until the scheme completes.
We are manually controlling the traffic lights throughout the entire day in order to try to minimise delays as far as possible.
We’re sorry for the additional delay and assure you we’re doing all we can to complete the work, and clear the site. We'd like to thank everyone again for their patience.
Update 15 January 2017
This last phase of work is progressing well.
Traffic lights continue to be manually controlled from 6.30am-6.30pm.
We’re aiming to switch traffic management to the east side of Hilland roundabout on Saturday (Jan 20).
Traffic lights can be operated remotely from a nearby site unit, rather than directly on site.
We have two operatives who are manually operating these lights - one to monitor the traffic, and one to control the lights (from the unit nearby). So please rest assured these lights are being manually operated, even if the people doing so aren’t visible.
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