Introducing cable service routes to build good relationships with local residents

Close liaison with the local community is essential when undertaking a new project.

Construction work often causes disruptions to the daily lives of those living in the surrounding areas, which can cause frustration and annoyance amongst residents.

The disruptions caused to residents should be minimised, this can be achieved through effective communication between site and the community, to keep residents updated and learn more about the main issues affecting them.

Below is an example of how sites have listened and reacted to the needs of the community:

  • Cable service routes were redesigned in the highway to enable connection for up to an additional 15 existing properties;
  • This was implemented following a request from one neighbour who had been trying to establish a cable connection for some time.

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Monitor Report, Ardmore Construction Ltd, London, July 2015


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