Ariston site – Heathlands Drive work

If you have walked along Heathlands Drive recently, you will probably have noticed clearance work near the Judo Club building.  Following on from work on the Lower Field, ground checks are being made on this area and the possibilility of having to divert the road.


Ground clearance at the end of the Judo Club building

Chris Parkes FRICS, director of Lambert Smith Hampton, informs us that:

‘Survey work is required to check out some gravitational anomalies that have been found in the vicinity of the entrance to Heathlands School.


Microgravity investigation in the road at the front of the Pioneer Club

There are 2 elements to the work:
1.       Thursday 11  February and Monday 15 February- clearance and microgravity survey of an alternative route to the school behind the Judo Club (to allow for the unlikely event that the other survey work causes concern over ground stability of the existing access road). The clearance work is being carried out with a JCB, so there will be some noise.
2.       Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 February drilling in the access road outside the school gates to check on subsoil conditions. Depending on what that reveals, further intrusive survey works may be required.

The current intention is that the access road will be narrowed whilst the works are carried out, but will remain in use’.


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