Ground works for the new buildings at Uckfield College

Uckfield College: Temporary traffic bans for Downsview Crescent?

Construction of new Uckfield College buildings could see temporary parking restrictions imposed on Downsview Crescent.

The residents’ association for the area has detailed proposed changes to roadside waiting which would last from mid May this year to mid June 2020.

Earthworks are being carried out at the building site which was once a rugby field and playing field for students.

Uckfield College where groundworks for new buildings are underway on the site facing Downsview Crescent. The area was formally a rugby pitch and was used for stool ball and general recreation by students.

Uckfield College where groundworks for new buildings are underway on the site facing Downsview Crescent. The area used to be a rugby pitch and was used for stoolball and general recreation by students.

Access to the site is through the Uckfield Youth Centre gates.

The Manor Park and Hempstead Fields Residents’ Association has given details of the following the proposals:

Uckfield College – temporary prohibition of waiting

The project manager for the reconstruction work at the college tells us that an application has been made to ESCC [East Sussex County Council] for:

”A temporary prohibition of waiting at any time:

From the junction with the U7771 Oak Tree Court (outside number 15) to the junction with the U7771 Pine Walk.

From the junction with the U7771 Pine Walk (outside number 40) to outside number 10 Downsview Crescent(U7771).

From outside a property known as Manor Twiglets Nursery for a distance of 69 metres.

[From] 13th May 2019 to 20th June 2020.”

The residents’ association added:

“Please contact ESCC Highways or the contractor Bowmer and Kirkland  direct if you have any questions or comments.

See also:

Uckfield fly problems

New meals on wheel service comes to Uckfield

Baby bank moves to village near Uckfield

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