Developers’ Phase 11 update

The Lawley Village Developer Group (LVDG), the consortium of developers responsible for the new areas of Lawley, have released a letter providing an update about the progress of Phase 11. It is reproduced below.

As part of our commitment to keeping you updated on our work at Lawley Village, I am writing to inform you that the recent shallow mining works carried out at phase 11, with the exception of one area, have now been completed in full. The remaining area, which is the paddock opposite Ladygrove, will be completed next year with an update to follow in due course.

The reinforced slope in front of the second attenuation basin is now built and landscaping for this will start in spring 2023. These works will involve landscaping and seeding the lower areas of the site around the ponds where development will not take place and the tree circle, now reopened, will have its original access reinstated. These works are now targeted for spring 2023.

As a result of the concluded mine treatments, earthworks will now resume on Monday 9th January 2023 to adjust levels for mineshaft locations diverged from their recorded position by the local coal authority. These works will last for 12 weeks and similarly to the previous time that works of this nature took place, no import of fill material will be required.

However, clean stone import and plant deliveries will also commence in January 2023 through phase 7 of the development. In February, additional deliveries via the Concorde access will take place to aid these works.

We greatly appreciate your continued cooperation and understanding throughout the duration of these works, and apologise for any inconvenience caused as a result.


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