The States is looking for a contractor to conduct site investigations of the Clarence Battery and the “zig-zag path”, which is the next stage in restoring the collapsed steps.
A landslip destroyed most of the Clarence Battery steps in March 2020.
Following a review by Property Services, a local civil engineering firm created a 3D model of the area and developed potential remedial works.
Pictured: Heavy rainfall led to the collapse of the steps back in 2020.
The States Agriculture, Countryside and Land Management Services now says it requires a detailed site investigation to inform further development. A tender process has been initiated to find a contractor.
The tendering process should “favour the selection of a local business” in line with its Procurement Policy, and once a contractor has been appointed, it’s hoped the works will start later this month.
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