Latest developments on the 5.6km Bexhill to Hastings Link Road will be showcased in a series of exhibitions in East Sussex over the coming week.
Open to local residents and business owners, the exhibitions will reflect the progress being made on the £113m road scheme, providing attendees with the opportunity to view images and plans of the project, ask questions and give feedback to the project team and representatives from East Sussex County Council.
The latest landmark in the project is the Woodsgate Park Overbridge, due to open soon, with work commencing shortly on the Crowhurst Road and Ninfield Bridges.
Due for completion in May 2015, the project is a joint venture between Taylor Woodrow and Hochtief. As well as easing significant congestion on smaller roads, the completed link road promises to bring essential economic regeneration and opportunity to the area.
Bob Pape, Project Manager for East Sussex Council, said:
“It’s very important that we keep local residents and businesses informed and these events will give the construction teams a chance to show people how the work is developing.
The Link Road has seen significant progress in recent months, with Woodsgate Park Overbridge due to open shortly and work beginning on both Crowhurst Road and Ninfield Road bridges.
The exhibitions will also provide residents with an opportunity to put their questions or comments directly to us, so I’d encourage as many people as possible to attend.”
Project Director, Richard Wall-Morris, added:
“We welcome the opportunity to share development updates with the residential and business community. The impressive rate of progress and completed works thus far, is testament to the skills and commitment of everyone working on the project.”