This project is for the provision of 1 in 200 year flood protection to land identified for future residential development in Strood including; removal of the existing frontage, construction of a sheet piled flood defence wall with capping beam, construction of three access ramps, demolition of the self-storage warehouse, clearance of containers, construction of the realigned Canal Road and construction of a new station access road.
You will arrive at site and meet the project team.
• You will be given a project update presentation and site safety induction. Once complete we will issue Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to wear, including a hard hat, safety glasses and high visibility vest. You must wear these at all times on site.
• Guided tour around the site
• Question and answer session at the end of the tour
For safety reasons, you must be wearing long sleeves, long trousers and closed toe footwear with a grip; such as walking boots, walking shoes, or wellington boots. Trainers will not be permitted. Unfortunately, if you do not follow this guidance, you will not be permitted on site.
Please note the site tour is only available to those who have booked a place. The tour is not suitable for children under the age of 7. Mobile phones and cameras are not to be used whilst on site.
|Address||Former Civic Centre,
The site is located in the Former Civic Centre car park. Travelling from Strood, turn right at the traffic lights before the bridge and our site will be directly in front of you. Travelling from Rochester, cross Rochester Bridge and take the first left. Our site will be directly in front of you.
Upon arrival, sign in with the gate man, who will give you directions to the site office. Please speak to reception prior to starting the tour.
Parking is available on site, outside the main site office.
|Length of Visit||3 Hours|
|Maximum Group Size||15|
|Register by||March 17, 2019|
Ramp to the main site office, disabled toilets on site and disabled parking. Viewing points will be available around site that will be wheelchair accessible.
All children must be supervised at all times, wearing the supplied PPE. All children must wear closed toe shoes, other necessary PPE will be supplied.
The next Open Doors will take place from Monday 16 - Saturday 21 March 2020.