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  • PROPOSED LIDL FOODSTORE AND

    PRIMARY SCHOOL

    383 - 393 Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1

    2EF

    Construction Logistics Plan

    On behalf of Lidl UK GmbH

    December 2017

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    Project: Proposed Lidl Foodstore and Primary School

    383 - 393 Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 2EF

    Client: Lidl UK GmbH

    Document: Construction Logistics Plan

    TPI reference: MF/DM/17-0117 CLP v1.3

    Version: Issue date: Authorised by:

    Draft 1.0 2nd March 2017 DM

    Version 1.0 26th July 2017 DM

    Version 1.1 12th September 2017 DM

    Version 1.2 22nd September 2017 DM

    Version 1.3 11th December 2017 DM

    Copyright Transport Planning & Infrastructure Ltd 2017

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    CONTENTS

    1 Introduction ..............................................................................................................................1

    2 Resident Liaison ........................................................................................................................3

    3 Considerate Contractors ...........................................................................................................4

    4 Site and Policy Context .............................................................................................................6

    5 Construction Site Layout and Programme ............................................................................. 13

    6 HGV Activity ........................................................................................................................... 18

    7 Mitigation Measures .............................................................................................................. 24

    8 Monitoring and Review .......................................................................................................... 26

    9 Summary ................................................................................................................................ 27

    Figures

    Figure 3.1: Local Site Location Plan

    Figure 5.1: Proposed HGV Routes

    Appendices

    Appendix A: Matthews (Sussex) Ltd. Traffic Management Plan

    Appendix B: Matthews (Sussex) Ltd. Environmental and Waste Management Plan

    Appendix C: Matthews (Sussex) Ltd. Pre-Demolition Audit

    Appendix D: Acoustics Consultants Ltd Construction Noise and Vibration Report

    Appendix E: Community Liaison Strategy

    Appendix F: Richmond Bridge TfL Bus Spider Map

    Appendix G: Demolition Programme

    Appendix H: Indicative Site Layout Plan

    Appendix I: Proposed Hoarding Plan

    Appendix J: Swept Path Analysis

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    1 INTRODUCTION

    1.1 Transport Planning & Infrastructure Limited (TPI) has been instructed by Lidl UK GmbH to

    prepare this Construction Logistics Plan (CLP) to discharge Pre-commencement Condition

    NS04: Construction - Construction Management Statement/Logistics Plan, associated

    with the consented (planning reference 16/2777/FUL) mixed-use development consisting

    of a Lidl foodstore and primary school at Ryde House, 383 - 393 Richmond Road,

    Twickenham.

    1.2 The focus of this CLP relates to the demolition stage, which a contractor has been

    appointed for. A further revision of the CLP will be provided at the appropriate stage

    dealing with construction methods in detail.

    Scope of Construction Logistics Plan

    1.3 The purpose of this CLP is to outline the strategy for the efficient movement and

    management of demolition and construction traffic associated with the site.

    1.4 This CLP considers the Transport for London (TfL) 'Construction Logistics Plan Guidance

    for Developers' document, updated in July 2017, with this report put together to reflect a

    'medium' impact site. The site is not however located on the TfL road network, and

    accordingly the structure identified within the new guidance has not been followed in full.

    Reference has also been made to the London Borough of Croydon Construction Logistics

    Handbook at the request of the local planning authority, despite the construction site

    being located within the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

    1.5 Where appropriate, a CLP should be written in conjunction with the Arboricultural

    Method Statement, though the absence of any protected trees on the site renders this

    unnecessary in this instance.

    1.6 This CLP should be read in conjunction with the following documents:

    "Traffic Management Plan" prepared by Matthews (Sussex) Ltd.;

    "Environmental and Waste Management " prepared by Matthews (Sussex) Ltd.;

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    "Pre-Demolition Audit" prepared by Matthews (Sussex) Ltd.; and

    "Construction Noise and Vibration" Report prepared by Acoustic Consultants Ltd.

    1.7 The above reports seek to address comments raised by the Environmental Health Officer

    at the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames (LBRuT), and are attached as

    Appendices A-D respectively.

    1.8 The aim of the CLP is to minimise the impacts of demolition and construction on the local

    road network and to minimise any environmental impact of the works. The principal

    issues addressed by the CLP are:

    i) Programme of works;

    ii) Loading and unloading of plant and materials;

    iii) HGV deliveries and hours of operation;

    iv) Storage of plant and materials;

    v) Parking for vehicles of site personnel, operatives and visitors;

    vi) Provision of boundary hoarding behind visibility zones; and

    vii) On-site turning for construction vehicles.

    Development Proposals

    1.9 The development proposals comprise the redevelopment of the site to construct a Lidl

    foodstore of 2,040 square metres gross internal floorspace (1,127 square metre sales

    floorspace) and a two-form entry primary school. Vehicular access will be provided via a

    new priority junction onto Richmond Road, providing access to 55 car parking spaces for

    the foodstore and one Blue Badge Holder parking space allocated for the school.

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    2 RESIDENT LIAISON

    2.1 Prior to the commencing of works, community liaison will be undertaken with local

    residents. For reference, the Community Liaison Strategy is included for reference at

    Appendix E.

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    3 CONSIDERATE CONTRACTORS

    Site Management Contact Details

    3.1 The main point of contact in relation to the content of this CLP and during construction

    will be the onsite Construction Manager. During the demolition phase of the programme,

    the onsite contact will be:

    i) Jason Mead, who can be contacted on 07809 278626.

    3.2 If there are any emergencies at the site outside of working hours, the 24-hour emergency

    contact during the demolition phase will be:

    i) Dylan Lovelock, who can be contacted on 07880 358578.

    3.3 Management and emergency contacts for the remaining phases of the development will

    be confirmed upon appointment of the construction contractor. In the meantime, until

    the role is fulfilled the management and emergency contact details for the period

    following the demolition phase are as follows:

    i) Construction Manager, Lidl Morden Property Office, 1st Floor, 33 Aberconway

    Road, Morden, Surrey, SM4 5LN.

    Considerate Contractors Scheme

    3.4 The demolition contractor is as follows:

    i) Matthews (Sussex) Ltd, Stephenson Place, Stephenson Way, Three Bridges,

    Crawley, RH10 1TL.

    3.5 Matthews (Sussex) Ltd are signed up for the Considerate Contractors scheme, registration

    number CO558.

    3.6 It is envisaged that the construction contractor will also be signed up for the Considerate

    Contractors Scheme upon appointment.

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    3.7 The Considerate Contractors Scheme is a non-profit scheme which encourages best

    practice beyond statutory requirements. Contractors follow a 'Code of Considerate

    Practice' requiring adherence to the following topics to improve the image of

    construction:

    i) Care about Appearance;

    ii) Respect the Community;

    iii) Protect the Environment;

    iv) Secure Everyone's Safety; and

    v) Value their Workforce.

    3.8 The scheme provides information, advice and e-learning for the aforementioned topics in

    relation to real world scenarios through a 'Best Practice Hub'. This uses previous projects

    as examples of best practice, leading to future improvement.

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    4 SITE AND POLICY CONTEXT

    4.1 The site is located in East Twickenham, within the London Borough of Richmond upon

    Thames. East Twickenham is located to the southwest of Richmond and northeast of

    Twickenham. The site is accessible via an access on the northern side of the Richmond

    Road carriageway.

    4.2 The application site is situated to the north of Richmond Road, which provides a route on

    a northeast-southwest axis, linking to Richmond town centre via Richmond Bridge to the

    northeast and southwest to a signalised junction between the A305 Richmond Road and

    A3004 St Margaret's Road. The A3004 provides a link northwest to the A316, which forms

    part of the Transport for London Road Network (TLRN). Richmond Road is subject to a 30

    miles per hour speed limit.

    4.3 Richmond Bridge to the northeast of the site is subject to a weight restriction of 18 tonnes,

    and therefore is unsuitable for HGV traffic. The site in relation to the local area is shown

    in Figure 3.1.

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    Figure 3.1: Local Site Location Plan

    4.4 The site is located approximately 1 kilometre from the junction between the A3004 and

    the A316. The A316 forms part of the TLRN and provides a link west where it forms the

    start of the M3 in the vicinity of Sunbury-on-Thames. The M3 in turn provides a link

    towards the M25 at junction 12.

    4.5 The site is located within the East Twickenham Controlled Parking Zone, operating

    between the hours of 10:00 and 16:30 Monday to Friday. On this basis, parking in the

    vicinity of the site is restricted for vehicles associated with the site.

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    Accessibility

    Accessibility on Foot

    4.6 There is a network of interconnected pedestrian footways that link the site to the

    surrounding residential areas to the north and south of Richmond Road. Footways are

    provided along both sides of the Richmond Road carriageway, providing a walking route

    to Richmond town centre approximately 500 metres walk to the northeast. This route

    provides dropped kerbs at minor junctions, and is subject to street lighting.

    4.7 A signalised pedestrian crossing on Richmond Road is provided approximately 15 metres

    to the southwest of the site boundary. A further signalised crossing is provided

    approximately 130 metres to the northeast of the site on Richmond Road. Approximately

    130 metres to the southwest of the site, signalised crossings are provided at the signal

    junction between the A305 Richmond Road and the A3004 St Margarets Road. At this

    junction, pedestrian crossings are provided across all arms, with tactile paving and

    dropped kerbs present at each crossing point.

    Accessibility by Cycle

    4.8 An on carriageway marked cycle lane is present along the northern side of the Richmond

    Road carriageway heading towards Richmond town centre. TfL Local Cycling Guide 9

    provides a wide range of potential cycling routes that facilitate access to the site from

    several locations.

    4.9 Richmond Road is identified within TfL Local Cycling Guide 9 as a route along quieter

    roads recommended by other cyclists as it passes the site frontage. This connects to the

    northeast to a network of off-road river paths that run along both sides of the River

    Thames both to the north and south of Richmond Road.

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    4.10 To the north, the river tow paths connect to off-road cycle routes that run parallel to the

    A316, which provide access to routes southwest to Hanworth and northeast to Richmond,

    North Sheen, Mortlake and over the River Thames to Chiswick. On the northern side of

    Richmond Bridge there are a network of routes recommended in Local Cycling Guide 9

    which provide access to areas to the north, east and south of Richmond and towards

    Richmond Park.

    4.11 To the southwest there is a route marked for cyclists on a mixture of signed or marked

    routes for cyclists, or other recommended routes that lead to St Margarets railway

    station via Rosslyn Road and St Margarets Road. To the south of St Margarets Road,

    Amyand Park Road provide a link to Twickenham town centre to the southwest.

    Accessibility by Bus

    4.12 The closest bus stops to the proposed development are located along Richmond Road

    with the northeast bound bus stop located along the site frontage on Richmond Road and

    the southwest bound bus stop located approximately 130 metres to the northeast of the

    existing site access, measured with passengers making use of the signalised pedestrian

    crossing to the southwest of the site for crossing Richmond Road.

    4.13 There are additional bus stops on Richmond Road that provide access to the same

    services, located approximately 200 metres southwest of the site. Both stops provide a

    shelter and real time information.

    4.14 Table 3.1 details the bus routes serving the bus stop W (northeast bound) and X

    (southwest bound), both located on Richmond Road, and the frequency of these services.

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    Service Route/Destination Weekday Morning

    Peak Frequency

    Weekday Evening

    Peak Frequency

    Saturday Daytime

    Frequency

    33 North Sheen Station - Barnes Station - Hammersmith Bus Station

    Every 6 - 9 minutes

    Every 6 - 9 minutes

    Every 6 - 10 minutes

    St Mary's University - Teddington Memorial Hospital - Fulwell Station

    Every 6 - 9 minutes

    Every 6 - 9 minutes

    Every 8 - 10 minutes

    490 Richmond Station Every 10 - 14 minutes

    Every 10 - 14 minutes

    Every 11 - 14 minutes

    Feltham Station - Hatton Cross Station - Heathrow Terminal 4 - Heathrow

    Terminal 5

    Every 8 - 12 minutes

    Every 8 - 12 minutes

    Every 11 - 14 minutes

    H22 Richmond Station - Manor Road, North Sheen

    Every 10 - 13 minutes

    Every 10 - 13 minutes

    Every 10 - 13 minutes

    Whitton Station - Hounslow Bus Station - Bell Road, Hounslow

    Every 10 - 14 minutes

    Every 10 - 14 minutes

    Every 11 - 12 minutes

    H37 Richmond Station - Manor Road, North Sheen

    Every 5 - 9 minutes

    Every 5 - 9 minutes

    Every 5 - 8 minutes

    St Margaret's Station - Isleworth Station - Hounslow Bus Station - Hounslow

    Blenheim Centre

    Every 5 - 8 minutes

    Every 5 - 8 minutes

    Every 5 - 9 minutes

    R68 Richmond Station - Kew Retail Park Every 15 minutes

    Every 15 minutes

    Every 15 minutes

    Teddington Memorial Hospital - Hampton Church - Hampton Court

    Railway Station

    Every 15 minutes

    Every 15 minutes

    Every 15 minutes

    R70 Richmond Station - Manor Road, North Sheen

    Every 8 - 11 minutes

    Every 8 - 11 minutes

    Every 9 - 10 minutes

    Fulwell Station - Nurserylands Shopping Centre

    Every 9 - 11 minutes

    Every 9 - 11 minutes

    Every 9 - 11 minutes

    Table 3.1: Summary of Bus Services

    4.15 Table 3.1 indicates that the site is well served by numerous bus services, operating in a

    high frequency. The bus services available provide access to the rail network, with links to

    multiple railway stations, these include Richmond Station and St Margaret's Station.

    4.16 A full summary of the areas served by bus from Richmond Road is shown in Appendix F

    containing the Richmond Bridge TfL bus spider route map.

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    Accessibility by Rail

    4.17 The closest railway station to the site is St Margarets, approximately 800 metres to the

    west along the A3004 St Margarets Road. All services through St Margarets are destined

    for London Waterloo, since this station is on a rail loop with trains going either via

    Kingston, via Hounslow and Brentford or direct via Richmond and Clapham Junction.

    4.18 Local stations served include Twickenham, Richmond, North Sheen and Whitton. Table

    3.2 provides a summary of the rail services available from St Margarets railway station.

    Service Destinations Served Weekday Morning

    Peak Frequency

    Weekday Evening

    Peak Frequency

    Saturday Daytime

    Frequency

    London Waterloo via Richmond

    Richmond (London) - North Sheen - Mortlake - Barnes - Putney -

    Wandsworth Town - Clapham Junction - Queenstown Road - Vauxhall -

    London Waterloo

    Every 30 minutes

    Every 15 minutes

    Every 15 minutes

    London Waterloo via Hounslow and Brentford

    Twickenham - Whitton (London) - Hounslow - Isleworth - Syon Lane - Brentford - Kew Bridge - Chiswick - Barnes Bridge - Barnes - Putney -

    Wandsworth Town - Clapham Junction - Queenstown Road - Vauxhall -

    London Waterloo

    Every 30 minutes

    Every 30 minutes

    Every 30 minutes

    London Waterloo via Kingston

    Twickenham - Strawberry Hill - Teddington - Hampton Wick -

    Kingston - Norbiton - New Malden - Raynes Park - Wimbledon - Earlsfield - Clapham Junction - Vauxhall - London

    Waterloo

    Every 30 minutes

    Every 30 minutes

    Every 30 minutes

    Table 3.2: Summary of Rail Services

    4.19 It should be noted that additional rail services are available via Richmond railway station

    approximately 1.2 kilometres to the northeast of the site. Richmond station provides

    access to further rail, Overground and London Underground services. Richmond railway

    station is accessible by all bus services passing the site frontage on Richmond Road.

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    TfL Policy Guidance

    4.20 Policy 6.3 of the Minor Alterations to the London Plan (March 2016) states that:

    C - Transport Assessments will be required in accordance with TfLs Transport Assessment

    Best Practice Guidance for major planning applications Construction logistics plans and

    delivery and servicing plans should be secured in line with the London Freight Plan and

    should be co-ordinated with travel plans.

    4.21 The TfL Transport Assessment Best Practice Guidance contains details on Construction

    Logistics Plans, with guidance documents on CLPs available for planners and developers.

    The TfL Construction Logistics Plan Guidance for Developers states that CLPs can reduce

    the negative transport effects of construction works:

    These include the effects of congestion, pollution and noise. A well-written CLP not only

    benefits the local environment but also saves costs by encouraging efficient working

    practices and reducing deliveries.

    4.22 This CLP is written in accordance with the guidance provided in the documents referred

    to above.

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    5 CONSTRUCTION SITE LAYOUT AND PROGRAMME

    5.1 This section of the CLP sets out the overall construction programme and provides

    information for the two main phases of the programme; the demolition phase and the

    construction phase. As noted previously, a contractor has only been appointed for the

    demolition phase and therefore the following paragraphs seek to address this phase in

    detail. A further revised CLP will provide more detail on the construction phase.

    Overall Programme

    5.2 The overall programme for the site will be confirmed upon appointment of a construction

    contractor. This will enable the overall programme from work starting through to

    completion to be planned accordingly.

    Demolition Phase

    Programme

    5.3 The full demolition programme is attached as Appendix G. It is anticipated that the

    demolition phase of the programme will take 12 weeks. During the demolition phase, it

    is considered that the first and last weeks of the site would form the peak periods of

    activity, associated with the setting up/winding down of the site. This is because all plant

    and associated site equipment is delivered to/taken from the site.

    5.4 The remaining weeks within the demolition programme are anticipated to generate twice

    weekly collections for roll-on roll-off skips from the site, with the remaining site traffic

    generation comprising contractor vans/cars. Table 4.1 below summarises the key

    demolition phases.

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    Activity Duration

    Mobilisation - Establish Welfare 2 Days

    Mobilisation - Letter Drop to Residents 1/2 Day

    Scaffolding - Erection of Scaffold 2 Weeks

    Scaffolding - Adaptions to Scaffold 1 Week 2 Days

    Asbestos - Removal of Asbestos Containing Materials

    3 Weeks

    Demolition 8 Weeks

    Clearing Materials - Breaking out Sub-structure

    4 Weeks

    Clearing Materials - Remove Arisings from Site

    3 Weeks 2 Days

    Clearing Materials - Backfill Voids 2 Weeks

    Clearing Materials - Tidy and Level Site 1 Week

    De-mobilisation - Clearing of Welfare 1 Day

    Table 4.1: Demolition Programme

    Construction and Delivery Hours

    5.5 The site will operate between the hours of 07:30 and 17:00 Monday to Friday, with all

    deliveries and servicing undertaken between these hours. During demolition, no works

    will be undertaken at the site during Saturdays.

    5.6 Deliveries will not be accepted at the site before 07:30 hours and will leave the site by

    17:00 hours from Monday to Friday. Deliveries will, wherever possible, be scheduled to

    arrive and depart the site outside of the core highway network peak hours of 08:00 - 09:00

    and 17:00 - 18:00.

    5.7 The London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) is administered by the London Councils to

    control the movement of all HGVs exceeding 18 tonnes maximum gross weight at night

    and at weekends. All local roads surrounding the site form part of the restricted LLCS

    network. The permitted road network, or Excluded Road Network (ERN) is not subject to

    such restrictions. In the vicinity of the site, the A316 forms part of the ERN, with the

    remaining nearby roads subject to night-time and weekend controls.

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    5.8 The control of HGV movements within the LLCS restricted network applies between 21:00

    hours and 07:00 hours, Monday to Friday (including 21:00 hours on Friday to 07:00 hours

    on Saturday) as well as 13:00 hours on a Saturday to 07:00 hours on a Monday. The

    construction site will not receive deliveries during these restricted hours.

    5.9 Journeys off the ERN require the approval of the Lorry Control Unit and routes need to be

    specified and submitted with a permit application. In the event that there is such

    requirement, a permit would be applied for from London Lorry Control Scheme

    (www.londonlorrycontrol.com).

    Access and Parking

    5.10 During the demolition, access to the site will be taken via the existing access onto Ryde

    Place. This will provide access to a parking area for site workers, which will utilise a

    portion of the existing site car park and be sufficient to accommodate all necessary

    vehicles. A parking area for eight vehicles is shown on the indicative site layout plan at

    Appendix H. Parking will be managed by the banksman to ensure that vehicles are parked

    appropriately within the site.

    Materials Storage and Security

    5.11 A 16-foot tool store will be located on the site which will provide secure storage for any

    tools left on site.

    5.12 A bunded fuel bowser, drip trays and plant will be stored to the rear of the site within a

    segregated area.

    5.13 This is shown on the indicative site layout plan included for reference at Appendix H.

    Waste Materials

    5.14 An area for the storage of the roll-on roll-off skips alongside waste materials to be kept

    on site is provided within the indicative site layout plan at Appendix H.

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    5.15 It is anticipated that all concrete and hardcore demolition arisings from the demolition

    works will be crushed on site and remain on the site for reuse during the construction

    phase. Further information on waste is available within the Site Waste Management Plan.

    Hoarding/Highway License Requests

    5.16 During the demolition phase, it is necessary for hoarding to be placed within the public

    footway along the site frontage. This hoarding will be 2.4 metres in height and will be

    painted matt RAL 7024. This will be maintained where required.

    5.17 An application for a hoarding license has been submitted to the London Borough of

    Richmond upon Thames and is currently being considered. The proposed hoarding plan

    is included for reference at Appendix I.

    5.18 It is considered that no further highway or license requests are required during the

    construction programme, however if the need for further licenses arises additional

    applications will be made where appropriate.

    Construction Phase

    5.19 Upon appointment of a construction contractor, information relating to the construction

    programme, site hours, materials storage and hoarding/scaffolding licenses can be

    provided.

    5.20 At this stage, it is anticipated that the site hours during the construction phase would not

    exceed those planned during the demolition phase at the site. The area of hoarding is

    also anticipated to remain unchanged.

    Highway Licences

    5.21 No highway licences or traffic orders are anticipated to be required during the demolition

    or construction works. Footways surrounding the site will be maintained at all times.

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    5.22 The sites location on the A305 means that the surrounding road network already

    accommodates HGV movements, and so there is no need for any parking bay suspension

    on the surrounding road network.

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    6 HGV ACTIVITY

    6.1 Safe and legal loading will take place within the site, adhering to the Code of Considerate

    Practice and following best practice such as accreditation to the Fleet Operators

    Recognition Scheme (FORS).

    6.2 Proactive management of deliveries will be required to reduce the number of vehicle

    movements. All materials unloading will be undertaken off-street within the site, with

    sufficient space provided for turning and to limit queueing. It is anticipated that forklift

    trucks will be used to facilitate the unloading of delivery vehicles.

    6.3 It is envisaged that vehicular activity associated with the construction operations will

    comprise a mix of the following:

    Delivery and subsequent removal of scaffolding, plant and equipment to the site;

    Muck-away (tipper) vehicles for the removal of excavated materials;

    Ready-mix concrete deliveries for the construction of the bakery extension;

    Deliveries of construction materials, fixtures and fittings; and

    Delivery and subsequent removal of gantry crane, chutes and hoists.

    6.4 The movement of all construction vehicles to/from the construction site will be the

    subject of a rigorous turn up, load and go management regime. The contractor will be

    encouraged to implement a pre-booking system such that the movement of vehicles can

    be appropriately scheduled. It will be the responsibility of the CLP Coordinator to ensure

    that this system, together with the entire CLP, is promoted to all workers and delivery

    personnel. All companies delivering goods to the site will be made aware of the contents

    of the CLP in advance.

    6.5 The numbers of HGV movements to and from the site are expected to vary between the

    differing phases of construction. Throughout each phase, the HGV routing will remain the

    same, providing the shortest distance travelled on local roads.

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    6.6 It is considered that all HGV drivers delivering to the site will be experienced professionals.

    As such, they will be expected to be aware of vulnerable road users at all times, and with

    the assistance of the on-site banksman, ensure that manoeuvring into and out of the site

    is undertaken as safely as possible, with particular awareness of cyclists and pedestrians

    during the turning manoeuvres.

    HGV Routing

    6.7 It is proposed to implement a routing strategy that minimises impact on local roads

    surrounding the site that identifies the shortest, useable route to and from the A316.

    6.8 Given the weight restriction on Richmond Bridge, it is anticipated that all HGVs will access

    the site from Richmond Road to the west of the site.

    6.9 Accordingly, it is anticipated that HGVs for the site will route along the A316, which forms

    part of the strategic road network, and route towards the site on the A3004 St Margaret's

    Road. This in turn leads into Richmond Road from which vehicles can enter the site. The

    HGV routing is illustrated in Figure 5.1 below.

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    Figure 5.1: Proposed HGV Routes

    6.10 In addition, there is the potential for vehicles travelling to/from areas to the south of the

    site to route along the A305 Richmond Road, turning onto Richmond Road at the St

    Margaret's Road/Richmond Road signalised junction to the west. The A305 provides a

    route south to Twickenham and towards Teddington and Kingston on the A310.

    6.11 In addition, smaller vehicles (e.g. vans), with a weight of less than 18 tonnes maximum

    gross weight (MGW), are able to access the site via Richmond Bridge to the east. This

    provides a route via the A307 for any small vehicles routing from the east of the

    development site.

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    Signage

    6.12 Temporary highway direction signs will be provided in accordance with the Traffic Signs

    Manual, Chapter 8.

    Loading/Unloading Activity

    6.13 The construction site is located on Richmond Road. It is anticipated that loading and

    unloading activity will not impact on the local road network, with loading and unloading

    managed within the construction site compound.

    6.14 Vehicle movements will be managed to ensure that no more than two vehicles will require

    access to the site at one time, with two vehicles able to be accommodated within the site.

    No off-site holding area will be required, with vehicles managed accordingly, with drivers

    calling the site 30 minutes before their delivery slot to ensure that the delivery can be

    successfully completed.

    6.15 A dedicated gateman/banksman will be positioned at the gated entrance for all vehicles

    visiting the site, ensuring the safety of passers-by during turning movements and to

    prevent unauthorised access to the site.

    6.16 Various construction vehicles will need to access the site at various stages throughout the

    construction schedule. An overview of the swept paths of various vehicles accessing the

    site and manoeuvring within the onsite loading area have been undertaken and are

    included for reference at Appendix J. To accommodate the required vehicles, the existing

    access will be altered, as shown in the swept path drawings. The swept paths include the

    following:

    i) Swept path of low loader;

    ii) Swept path of a large tipper; and

    iii) Swept path of a panel van.

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    6.17 The low loader will be infrequent, being used to deliver and collect construction vehicles

    utilised as part of the build process. Other vehicles could be more frequent, but are all

    shown to be able to enter and leave the site in a forward gear.

    6.18 Tracking has been undertaken of a large tipper vehicle instead of a roll-on roll-off skip

    vehicle due to the large tipper vehicle being one metre longer in size than the skip vehicle

    but with similar turning characteristics. In the absence of a large skip vehicle within the

    vehicle tracking software, this is considered to be a robust assessment of the tracking

    needs associated with the site.

    6.19 Tracking will be undertaken of further vehicles upon appointment of the construction

    contractor, who can confirm the vehicles likely to visit the site during the construction

    phase.

    Vehicular Movements

    Demolition Phase

    6.20 During the demolition phase, it is anticipated that roll-on roll-off skip vehicles will be the

    predominant large vehicle accessing the site, with twice weekly collections during normal

    working hours. It is anticipated at this stage that eight vehicles will service the site. This

    is minimised by the re-use of materials on site (such as bricks and concrete).

    6.21 In addition, prior to the start of the demolition work, and upon completion, plant will be

    transported to the site using low loader vehicles. There are anticipated to be a maximum

    of three low loader vehicles delivering to the site at the start of this phase of works, with

    the same number collecting plant upon completion of the demolition phase.

    6.22 The remaining vehicles visiting the site will be small vans/cars transporting the workforce

    to the site. These will largely arrive at the site by 07:00 hours and depart at 17:00 hours.

    There are anticipated to be 12 vehicle movements on an average workday, with six

    movements at the start of the day and six at the end of the day.

    6.23 The above vehicle movement is described in further detail within Table 5.1 below.

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    Vehicle Size Frequency

    Roll on-Roll off skip vehicles 10.2 metres in length Twice Weekly (Eight in total)

    Low Loader 16.1 metres in length Three Vehicles in total

    Small Van 4.5 metres in length Six vehicles on an average day

    Table 5.1: Demolition Programme

    Construction Phase

    6.24 Information in relation to the construction phase of the programme will be provided upon

    appointment of a construction contractor.

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    7 MITIGATION MEASURES

    Committed Measures

    7.1 The following measures are committed to be implemented at the site, which comprise

    key principles of the DfT's Quiet Deliveries Good Practice Guidance will be adopted, which

    would include:

    i) General Servicing Best Practice:

    a) Making sure all equipment is in good working order and maintained to

    minimise noise;

    b) Ensuring all staff involved in delivery activity are briefed and trained

    appropriately, in accordance with the code of practice; and

    c) Ensuring all construction supply chain providers receive copies of the code

    and are aware of its importance.

    ii) The Delivery Area:

    d) Identify timings for deliveries in advance so both the driver and site

    operatives are prepared for the arrival;

    e) Seek to ensure that delivery vehicles spend as little time as possible

    attempting to access the loading/unloading area, possibly tasking site staff

    to ensure that manoeuvring can be accomplished quickly and safely; and

    f) Engines should be switched off immediately when not manoeuvring.

    7.2 In addition, the site will adhere to relevant safety and environmental standards and

    programs.

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    Wheel Washing

    7.3 In addition, wheel washing facilities will be made available within the site, to ensure that

    no detritus associated with the site is carried onto the internal access road or onto the

    public highway.

    7.4 During the demolition phase, wheel washing facilities will be provided through the

    provision of a jet wash to clean vehicles prior to exiting the site.

    7.5 During the construction phase, wheel washing facilities will be provided, with the method

    confirmed upon appointment of the construction contractor.

    7.6 It is also envisaged that any loose material brought to/from the site will be covered during

    transport, to avoid any spillage during deliveries. Where necessary, during dry weather

    loose material will be dampened down prior to material being moved to/from the site.

    7.7 The above list is not exhaustive and the CLP can be updated and added to as necessary,

    but the above provides an indication of the measures that would be put in place.

    Proposed Measures

    7.8 It is proposed to reuse material on site to minimise trips associated with taking waste

    material from the site and bringing construction materials onto the site during the

    construction phase. It is proposed at this stage to reuse all hardcore and concrete

    demolition materials on the site.

    7.9 Full details of waste management on site is set out within the "Environmental and Waste

    Management Plan" (Appendix B) and "Pre- Demolition Audit" (Appendix C) documents,

    both prepared by Matthews (Sussex) Ltd.

    Considered Measures

    7.10 The site is located close to the River Thames and therefore could be considered for freight

    by water deliveries. At this stage, given the distance involved between the site and the

    river, this is not to be progressed any further.

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    8 MONITORING AND REVIEW

    8.1 As a live document, the CLP will be reviewed and updated by the CLP Co-ordinator on a

    regular basis. The CLP Co-ordinator will be the first point of contact regarding the CLP and

    its implementation on site.

    8.2 The CLP Co-ordinator will liaise with the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, and

    Transport for London, where appropriate to provide regular updates on the

    implementation of the CLP and its effectiveness.

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    9 SUMMARY

    9.1 This Construction Logistics Plan has been prepared by TPI Ltd on behalf of Lidl UK GmbH

    to discharge Pre-Commencement Condition NS04: Construction - Construction

    Management Statement/Logistics Plan, associated with the consented (application

    reference 16/2227/FUL) mixed-use development consisting of a Lidl foodstore and a two

    form entry primary school at Ryde House, 383 - 393 Richmond Road, Twickenham.

    9.2 The development proposals comprise the redevelopment of Ryde House to form a Lidl

    foodstore with 2,040 square metres gross internal floor area (1,127 square metre sales

    floorspace) and two form entry primary school. Access will be taken via a new priority

    junction onto Richmond Road providing access to 55 car parking spaces for the foodstore

    and one space for the school.

    9.3 The CLP includes reference to:

    i) Programme of works;

    ii) Loading and unloading of plant and materials;

    iii) HGV deliveries and hours of operation;

    iv) Storage of plant and materials;

    v) Parking for vehicles of site personnel, operatives and visitors;

    vi) Provision of boundary hoarding behind visibility zones; and

    vii) On-site turning for construction vehicles.

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