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Parts of the drainage works being undertaken on the project required the work to be carried out at night to ensure that disturbance to residents, businesses and commuters was kept to a minimum. The nightly road closure came into force from 1900hrs to 0700hrs. Kingdom Hall of the Jehovah’s Witnesses is in very close proximity to where the works were being undertaken.

To avoid requesting that Jehovah’s Witness meetings be held at an alternative location during the works, Wills Bros adopted a more considerate approach by providing an escort to assist with access and egress during the works. Following their meetings, they were met in the car park by our EHS Advisor (Rob Andrews), who explained the route and directions for that particular evening.

Once the route was clear of any construction traffic, the congregation would be released 5 cars at a time to prevent queuing traffic on the A30 junction or through St Erth Village. Dates and times were communicated by the sites Public Liaison Officer .

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