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Utilities surveys and associated traffic management

In the first half of June, we will be undertaking surveys across our onshore development area to assess the locations of underground utilities. These surveys will be carried out using a ground penetrating radar on public highways and will require traffic management to enable this work to be carried out safely.

There are ten locations where this activity will be taking place as listed below. Work in each location will take one day and be carried out between the hours of 8am and 5pm.

The traffic management will include two-way temporary traffic lights to enable single lane traffic. On the A1094/B1069 junction, three-way traffic lights will be in place. These works and associated traffic management are in agreement with Suffolk County Council.



Sizewell Gap - Sizewell

5 June

Sizewell Gap, near King Georges Lane – Sizewell 

6 June 

Sloe Lane, off Snape Road

7 June 

A1094/B1069 Junction – Friston

8 June

B1121 near Kiln Lane - Friston

9 June

Church Lane / Church Road – Friston 

12 June 

Snape Road - Friston

13 June

Aldeburgh Road – Aldringham

14 June 

B1353, near Church Lane – Aldringham

15 June 

Grove Road south – Friston

16 June


You can find more information on the exact locations of our works on our Project Activity Map.

View the Project Activity Map here.

If you have any questions about this survey activity, please get in touch.

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