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S G N gas network upgrade in the Main Street area of Milngavie

Alert message sent 12/11/2020 16:37:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch Scotland

The following information is being circulated on behalf of SGN

I’m writing to you with an update on our project to upgrade our gas network in Main Street, Milngavie.

Following government advice back in March, we needed to make changes to our ways of working to protect our colleagues and communities from the spread of coronavirus. As a result, we temporarily paused our network upgrade project in your community however, as lockdown restrictions have eased in Scotland, we’re resuming our work.

We restarted work in Main Street, Milngavie., today [12 November] and our project will last approximately two weeks.
We’ll be working in Main Street at its junction with South Mains Road. To ensure everyone’s safety, we’ll install temporary three-way traffic lights at this junction.

During this time, Keystone Avenue will be closed at its junction with Main Street. A signed diversion route will be in place.

We’re working closely with Scottish Government to make sure we carry out our project in line with all expert coronavirus guidance. We have extra safety precautions in place to protect our colleagues and our communities while we work. There’s more information about our coronavirus response on our website: sgn.co.uk/coronavirus

If you have any other enquiries about this project, please call 07831 730 597 during office hours (8am to 4.30pm) or email customer@sgn.co.uk  outside these times.

We’re writing to residents and other local stakeholders to make them aware of our project and explain the details of our work. Please feel free to also share this information with anyone you think may be impacted by our project.

Thank you for your support during these challenging times.

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Varrie McDevitt (NHWN, Admin Assistant, NW Scotland)

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