Flood protection work around Glenloin Crescent, Succoth

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Published Date: 

15 Sep 2015 - 12:58

Argyll and Bute Council’s flood relief scheme around Glenloin Crescent in Succoth got underway today.

There is currently an issue with drainage, with the road and subsequently nearby premises flooding.

Working on behalf of the council, McFadyens Contractors from Campbeltown will be replacing an existing 225mm diameter drainage pipe with a larger 1200mm by 600mm box culvert and an opened lined ditch.

The work is expected to take around eight weeks.

Lane closures will be applied when necessary however, access will be maintained at all times.

A temporary bus turning bay will be created which will allow services to be maintained throughout.

The council would like to thank people in advance for their cooperation during these important works.