Acton Storm Tanks (Ealing)
Acton Storm Tanks (Ealing)
Acton Storm Tanks is an existing Thames Water pumping station and storm water tanks site. The surrounding area is predominantly residential, industrial and mixed-use.
The site would be used to receive the main tunnel from Carnwath Road Riverside as well as intercept the existing Acton Storm Relief combined sewer overflow.
In mid-September we will start our bored piling works in storm tanks 5 & 6. The bored piling requires us to excavate a core within the ground and fill it with concrete to form the pile. They will create a structural foundation underground, enabling us to carry out the works required ahead of our main construction activities. The bored piling will take up to two weeks to complete.
Before piling can begin, the piling rig and the equipment that goes with it will need to be brought onto site. These deliveries are classed as abnormal loads. We will be closing Warple Way on Friday 21 September between The Vale and Canham Road for a short period, anticipated to be between 20.30 and 22.30, to be able to receive the deliveries. Read More
We are currently installing our sprayed concrete lining (SCL) batching plant. SCL will be used to line the drop shaft and requires a very high level of quality control. Prior to the drop shaft construction we are required to carry out some trials on the SCL material that will eventually form the drop shaft primary lining.
Trials will take place on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October and Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 October from 8am – 6pm and will be carried out at ground level within a controlled enclosure. Read More
Want to know more or get involved?
There are lots of ways to find out what’s happening at this site, you can:
- Call our 24 hour Tideway Helpdesk 08000 30 80 80 or email [email protected].
- Take a moment to read the latest updates on the noticeboards on our hoardings.
- Visit Tideway's Community Information Centre at Carnwath Road, the first Tuesday of the month, 3pm – 7pm. Our team will be able to answer your questions and talk about the work.
- Join our regular Community Liaison Working Group meetings, to attend the meetings or receive the minutes and presentations from past meetings, email [email protected]. Meeting details will be emailed, published online and on site hoardings.
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Acton Storm Tanks - Site Information
What are our working hours?
Standard working hours are 8am to 6pm Monday-Friday and 8am-12pm Saturday. Also, there is a 1 hour mobilisation period before and after the Standard Working Hours, plus maintenance periods on Saturday 1-5pm and Sundays 10am-4pm.
There will be approximately seven months of 24-hour working. However, activities will be predominately below ground.
How will we access the site?
An anticipated daily average of seven heavy goods vehicles will access the site for the majority of the construction period. This will rise to approximately 14 heavy goods vehicles per day over an estimated three month period during construction of the drop shaft.
Acton Storm Tanks - Community Liaison Working Group
The date for the next Acton Storm Tanks CLWG will be confirmed shortly.
Acton Storm Tanks - How we will minimise disruption
- Hoarding will be erected along the site boundary
- The fill material in the existing storm tanks will be compacted using low vibration machinery
- Movements of vehicles onsite outside standard hours will be restricted
- Advanced planting on the eastern and south-eastern boundary to form a tree line screen
- Set limits to control activities, such as noise (Section 61 approval) from LB Ealing