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Work is progressing well on site and contractors are now ready to remove the roundabout island and begin the installation
of a new sewer main on Percival Street, from the centre of the intersection heading north towards Matawai Park.
The work will start on Sunday 26 February 2017. Due to the location of the work, and limited space for contractors to work within, a detour will be in place from 2pm. The detour is expected to be in place until 5pm on Wednesday 8 March 2017.
The removal of the roundabout island will be carried out on Sunday 26 February from 3pm until 10pm. The timing has been set at a time of low traffic volumes while minimising night work disruption for residents. The installation of the sewer main will begin on Monday morning once the island has been
removed. Once the sewer trench is clear of the intersection it will continue along the centre of the road with a lane of traffic on each side, and a temporary roundabout will be installed in the Southbrook / South Belt intersection. During this phase of the work residents on the eastern side of Percival
Street will only be able to turn left out of their driveways (and can utilise the temporary roundabout for turning if they wish to head north).
Various underground services are being installed as part of the work. This is going to cause disruption to traffic flow through the area. We are urging motorists to use an alternative route where possible to relieve congestion at the intersection, and to allow the contractors to complete the work without
Work completed so far...
To learn more about the project visit the South Belt/Southbrook Road Intersection page.
Contact: Kieran Straw
Phone: 0800 965 468