£2m Camberley power supply project reaches next phase
A £2 million project to upgrade the power supplies to Camberley is being carried out by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN).
21st August 2018 by Networks
The programme, which is about to enter its next phase, is being carried out over 25 weeks and includes the replacement of 5km of new overhead line.
Miles Crossley, SSEN’s project manager, said: “This project to reinforce Camberley’s power supply is now approaching the last few weeks and we’ve worked closely with the local authority to plan out a traffic management system that will allow us to move towards the completion of the works and cause the least disruption to residents and businesses.
“SSEN will work in twelve hour shifts to maximise the opportunity to work safely in daylight hours and minimise any interruption to the road system.”
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