• 03/10/2022 CCC: DELAYED - Road works update to update - Link here
• 02/10/2022 CCC: Road works update - Link here
An unfortunate delay in the delivery of materials to the island has led to an interruption to work on the road to Sorisdale.
However, two further days’ work are now scheduled to take place on the Sorisdale road on: Wednesday 5th October & Thursday 6th October
The replacement of Cliad Bridge on the Isle of Coll has now been re-tendered. We have awarded the contract for site works to start on Monday 22 March 2021.
We expect the public road to remain fully open to vehicles, pedestrians and other road users at all times during the works. A temporary bridge will be installed to allow vehicles to continue along the B8071. Once a programme for the works has been accepted I shall forward it to this group in a suitable format.
The Principal Contractor, D MacDougall Contractors Ltd, will carry out the works.
The key dates we currently have for this retendered scheme are:
However, these could change and we will update you if required.
There are specific engineering requirements around roads structures and the statement below provides background on how they are designed:
_The works are designed in accordance with Codes of Practice for vehicular loading; and must also comply with SEPA requirements. Extensive consultations have been undertaken to provide a Best Value engineering scheme. Best Value is achieved by considering a number of factors which include; nature of the ground, access to the island, catchment area, watercourse alignment, available materials, existing levels, temporary diversion for road users whilst complying with SEPA requirements, other stakeholder requirements, COVID legislation and current Codes of Practice._
If anyone wishes to be added to the distribution list for future Cliad Bridge updates, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
JAMIE SALMON GMICE
Argyll and Bute Council
01546 604 429
07500 572 915
• 03/08/2020 Argyll & Bute Council: Cliad Bridge Closure - TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC: ORDER 2020