We are writing to inform you that we have commenced works again to the Westcliff green space. Yesterday works commenced to the middle area and these works should take approximately 2-3 weeks to complete, weather permitting.
The first stage of works is to erect a barrier around this area where Lovell will be working. Residents safety is of paramount importance to us and securing the sites is not just about keeping intruders out; it is also to ensure the safety of residents and the general public. We will then start the reduce dig to ensure this area is level before placing new turf on top.
We would also like to inform you that the final resin surface to the paths in this area are due to go down on Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st May, please be aware that the resin will need 24 hours to dry. Therefore we do ask that during this time period you use your back entrance to access and egress your property if your front door is on the footpath.
Works still to be completed in this area are the final light connection and removal of the old existing estate lighting. Unfortunately we can’t give you a date on this yet as we need UKPN to make their final connections before we can complete this section of works. We are also waiting on the furniture to be delivered, this will include benches and play equipment. This is expected to be delivered to site in June, however we still don’t have an exact date. Once we have final dates for the rest of the outstanding works we will write another letter informing you.
During the operation of construction, works will be carried out between the hours of 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm on a Saturday. Should you have any queries or concerns, please contact me on 0208 731 3800, alternately write me an email to Alexandra.Robins@lovell.co.uk.
We would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation and on going support.
We are writing to inform you that UKPN will be turning the electrics off to Threadgold House between 10am to 1pm on Tuesday 30th April.
The reason for them doing these works is to facilitate the new community centre and external lighting around Threadgold House. UKPN will need to turn off the mains to the block so they can connect the community centre and external lighting onto the mains. Once they’ve completed this they will switch the block back on.
Should you have any queries or concerns, please contact me on 0208 731 3800, alternately write me an email to Alexandra.Robins@lovell.co.uk.
We would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation and on going support. We acknowledge that there will inevitably be some inconvenience during the delivery of the works but we will do our utmost to keep this to a minimum.
RESIDENT DROP-IN SESSION THURS 2 MAY 16.30 to 18.00
Our next resident drop-in session, giving you an opportunity to meet the Construction Director and the Operations Manager to ask direct questions about the scheme will be held in the Lovell site office—entrance in Baxter Road on 2 May from 16.30.
We write to inform you that Lovell have entered the popular Considerate Constructors Scheme Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition for the fourth year running and we need your help! The competition provides an opportunity for the residents and Lovell to work together in creating a piece of art for the community to enjoy.
We are inviting all children on The Dover Court Estate to join us at the Block D site near Ilford House & Ongar House. The event will be held on Thursday 30th May at 2pm to help create a unique piece of artwork on a section of the hoarding around the site. Once the hoarding has been decorated, Lovell will submit photos and information on the event to Considerate Constructors Scheme by 1st June, when the winning entries will be selected by a judging panel. All children who take part will receive prizes regardless of Lovell winning the competition.
We do ask if you and your child/children would like to take part in the project could you please contact Alexandra Robins via email or phone no later than Friday 24th May.
If you would like more information regarding the project please don’t hesitate to contact me, alternatively you could visit the Considerate Constructors Scheme Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Webpage; http://www.ccscheme.org.uk/ivor-goodsite-hoarding-competition
We look forward to hearing your response and would like to thank you in advance your cooperation.
The Meet the Constructor event will be held in April/May when the new community rooms are ready. As an interim measure Lovell has set up a resident drop-in surgery. These sessions will provide an opportunity for residents to meet our delivery team, ask direct questions and view information about the upcoming works. We have scheduled in the next meeting for, Monday 25th March from 4.30pm to 6pm in the Lovell site office, entrance in Baxter Road, Gate2.
We are inviting all children from Dover Court Estate to join Lovell to help us paint the hoarding for the CCS Ivor Goodsite competition. This is an opportunity for the residents and Lovell to work together in creating a piece of art for the community to enjoy. This will now be the fourth year we are entering this site and we are hopeful for a win again.
We are asking residents for help on picking a theme and date for this years competition. We have a window of opportunity to complete the artwork during April and May.
If you would like to email me your suggestions on Alexandra.Robins@Lovell.co.uk.
Lovell are holding an “Open Door” event in March 2019. This wonderful project will give you the opportunity to attend a live site and have a look behind the scenes. It will also give you advise if you are considering a career in construction and take the next steps in progressing.
This is also a fantastic way for Lovell to engage with the local community.
The event will take place on Thursday 21st March at 2pm and will last 1 and half hours.
If this is something you would be interested in please follow the link below and book your space today!