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Campus development works - impacts on roads and parking

Essential work continues across the campus to improve our facilities and infrastructure. We greatly appreciate your understanding and patience during this time.

This update should give you an indication of work that is planned for the coming week and how this might affect you. 

Car parks

  • P1 Science car park: open (c20 spaces closed)
  • P3 Biology Road car park: open
  • P4 Sussex House car park: open
  • P5 Sport Centre car park: open
  • P7 Jubilee car park: open
  • P7a Arts car park: open
  • P8 Park Village car park: open
  • P9 Lewes Court car park: open
  • P11 Knights Gate car park: open

Roads, access and other works

Park Village Road

Park Village Road will be temporarily closed on Wednesday 12 December between 10.00 am and 12noon. Park Village and Lewes Court car parks will be open as usual earlier in the day; however, parked vehicles will not be able to exit these car parks for the duration of these works. Emergency vehicle access will be maintained throughout.

Boiler House Hill

Crane lifting works on Boiler House Hill that were planned to take place during the weekend have been postponed temporarily due to expected poor weather conditions. To ensure safe completion of this operation, the work will be rescheduled to a later date.

A27 lighting renewal scheme

Work is underway to replace the street lighting along the A27 between Coldean interchange and east of Falmer footbridge. Contractors (on behalf of Highways England) are conducting the works during the night, between 8pm and 6am, Monday to Fridays only.

More information is available at www.highwaysengland.co.uk or via email at info@highwaysengland.co.uk


Posted on behalf of: University of Sussex & SEF
Last updated: Friday, 7 December 2018

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