Rushcliffe Day Centre demolition
The demolition of Rushcliffe Day Centre will commence 26 May 2020 and will be completed by mid-September, depending on government guidelines around Covid-19.
During this time every effort will be made to minimise any inconvenience to local residents in terms of dust, noise and traffic. Once the demolition is complete, a two-metre-high fence will be installed to prevent unauthorised access to the site.
Total Reclaims Demolition are the contractor carrying out the work onsite. Their contacts during the works are:
Project Co-ordinator: Jade Rigby-Shaw – 01159632009
Contracts Director: Gary Cross – 07970761180
For any further enquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When will the work take place?
Work will take place on site from 26th May, between the hours of 8am-5pm, weekdays only. It will be completed in various stages:
How will you minimise noise and dust?
We’ll use various techniques on site, including a dust suppression unit and other methods such as continually assessing the weather conditions, cleaning down wheels on vehicles before they leave the site and damping down relevant areas.
To reduce noise levels, all equipment is serviced and maintained to minimise noise and vibration, we use mains power instead of generators where feasible and we’ll only work within the agreed hours.
How will site traffic be managed?
Traffic disturbance to the local community and third parties will be minimised by:
- Only using agreed access and egress points;
- Parking in designated areas;
- Obeying traffic and pedestrian management schemes;
- Planning deliveries in off peak periods where practical.
If there are any activities likely to cause traffic disruption, we’ll contact the local community by the means appropriate
What will happen to waste generated from the demolition?
All waste produced will be appropriately handled, particularly in the case of hazardous or toxic waste, by competent personnel and competent/licensed operators;
We recycle as much as possible and where it isn’t possible, we dispose of in accordance with requirements of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, section 34(1) Part II, Waste Management Duty of Care, the Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005 and other related legislation.
Information about how waste from this project is handled can be made available once complete.
Will there be any impact to the adjacent Heymann school, grounds or car park?
The actual mechanical demolition will not commence until the 27th July and will be completed in the school holiday causing no disturbance to the school. These dates are subject to government guidelines around Covid-19
Minor access arrangements to the school grounds will be in force from the 26th May, but the car park will still be available (until 24th July) and controlled to some extent by a banksman for safety.