Gravity Link Road Update

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All efforts continue to open the Woolavington Road on time

The Link Road construction has been deemed ‘Critical Infrastructure’ by the local government. Gravity and all its contractors have put extra safety measures in place to protect their workers and we are reviewing the challenges presented by this rapidly evolving situation on a constant basis. On-site workers are adhering to Government guidelines and are working at a safe distance from each other.

A Gravity spokesperson said: “Our priorities from the start have been to protect our people while maintaining reduced levels of operations. It has been a great team effort led by Alun Griffiths to expedite the opening of the Woolavington Road despite the present challenging circumstances.  This much-needed road will greatly benefit the local community, giving direct access to the Woolavington GP surgery.”

Gravity is in dialogue with the government and will continue to act on the guidance it provides.

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