Case Studies

Admirals Park Bridge Improvements

Overview Admirals Park is a section of one of the most popular cycle routes in Chelmsford. The park sees a high footfall throughout the year due to the path providing an off-carriageway connection to the west side of the city centre. Improvements were needed to increase the standard of the cycle route encourages greater use

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Ferry Lane

Overview Ferry Lane has been transformed in an exemplar public realm regeneration project for Haringey Council. Pedestrian and cycle access is now a priority and Haringey’s Green and Open Spaces strategy has been successfully integrated. Marlborough Highways worked with Haringey Council through the Covid-19 pandemic to improve the popular route for road users, cyclists and

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Southend-On-Sea’s Cliff Stabilisation

Overview Southend-On-Sea’s cliff stabilisation project helped to ensure Southend’s seven miles of coastline were future proof. Southend has a stunning seafront and cliffs that attracts 6.4 million tourists every year. In 2013, a period of extreme rainfall caused damage to the cliff face and several public footways. Over time, this led to dangerous cliff slippage

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Thistley Green Bridge

Overview Thistley Green Bridge based in Felsted, Essex had an old brick culvert which needed strengthening works. The culvert carries any excess water from the River Ter and local farmland during flooding. Works were needed to futureproof the bridge, strengthening it and continuing to provide effective drainage from stormwater runoff.

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White Hart Lane Public Realm Improvements

Overview Working in partnership with Haringey Council, Marlborough Highways was asked to deliver public realm improvements to White Hart Lane. This included the introduction of SuDS to the areas adjacent to White Hart Lane Station, as well as along White Hart Lane and all the intersecting roads to High Road West. Read more about Marlborough’s

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Enfield Cycle Highways Scheme

Overview As part of London’s cycle revolution, in 2015 the London Borough of Enfield was awarded £42 million of funding from Transport for London. This was under the Mini-Holland scheme. The project involved creating new cycle highways. Which included: segregated cycle tracks, a super-hub, and cycle park areas. This was to make roads in Enfield,

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Southend-On-Sea’s LED Street Lighting Scheme

Overview In 2012, Southend-On-Sea Council reviewed their community lighting strategy and concluded that LED street lighting would provide residents with a more effective and sustainable solution. They went on to win £13.5m funding to install over 14,400 new LED streetlights in 95% of the borough, as part of a ‘Save to Invest’ scheme. Read more

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Royal Hospital Chelsea Carriageway & Drainage

Overview The Royal Hospital Chelsea is a retirement and nursing home for 300 British soldiers. The South Grounds of the hospital not only provide a tranquil sanctuary for the Chelsea Pensioners, but host the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show. The show attracts more than 157,000 visitors every May. By 2014, there were two issues affecting use

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Barking Market Square Paving

Overview Marlborough has been the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham’s principal Term Maintenance Contractor since 2011. In 2012 they started the 1st phase of a £5million, 3-year urban regeneration program. The program involved constructing a new architecturally designed thoroughfare, installing 1,000m2+ of new paving, street lighting and drainage and planting an array of trees

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