Quinquennial Painting : Licence & Parking

As we approach the start of the Quinquennial Painting season on 1 May, this is to remind all ratepayers and residents that a CEPC licence is required for scaffolding that encroaches on our pavements or roadways and all scaffolding on the estate must be alarmed with a 24-hour contact number displayed. Any ladders in use on the properties during the day, must be secured at night preferably out of reach. During the Quinquennial Painting season parking on the estate can become more difficult, so this is also to remind all ratepayers and residents that while each property may request a single contractor’s permit, these are only granted when there is sufficient space for them to park. The blue five-hour visitors permits may not be provided to contractors for their commercial vehicles or for the private vehicles of their team who might wish to use them to travel to and from the estate. The CEPC would appreciate you ensuring that your contractors understand and adhere to the points set out above and also the estate working hours as indicated under Contractors on our website www.cepc.org.uk where further information on licences is also available.


Three Graces Survey at Cambridge Gat

We wish to advise you that Cliveden Conservation will be fully surveying the condition of the four groups of Three Graces at Cambridge Gate. The survey will start on Monday 26 April, we expect these works to be completed within two weeks. The survey software will create virtual 3D models of all statues and produce a series of CAD drawings. This will allow historic research into the manufacture, materials and provenance of the statuary. Additional there will be temporary non-invasive scaffold erected sequentially to undertake close surveys of each statuary group including plinths. Material samples from statues and plinth will be taken for analysis. We apologise for any inconvenience these works may cause to residents. Should you require any further information or assistance then please do not hesitate in contacting the CEPC.

Park Square and Crescent Garden Terrace Lawn Renovation Works

We wish to advise you that now the weather and soil conditions are appropriate over the coming weeks in April and early May, large scale lawn renovation works are to be carried out in Park Square and Park Crescent. These works will involve aeration, scarification, overseeding and fertilization of the lawns and will require the use of large machinery. Whilst this work is being undertaken either in Park Crescent or Park Square Garden the garden will be closed as per our health and safety policy. We will strive to keep disruption to a minimum for garden users, but please heed any cordons or notices as the work progresses. All appropriate Risk Assessments and Method Statements have been approved by the CEPC along with further COVID 19 Site Specific Control Measures. Once the work is complete some lawns areas will be cordoned off for non-use to allow the newly seeded areas to establish. We would appreciate if you would please heed these cordons. We apologise for the inconvenience these works may cause you, but the benefit will soon be seen and enjoyed by all.