The preparation works for the site zone started yesterday 16 August and from 22 August with the construction of a separate sewerage system.
Separated sewers will be implemented in phases
Duration of the works 180 working days
Alderman Hendrik Blommaert: “Without unforeseen circumstances, the works will be completed by June 2023”
In the various streets, not only are separate sewer systems and road works being carried out, but all utility lines are also being brought underground and the public lighting is being LED lighting.
By the end of this year, approximately 95% of the public lighting in Horebeke will be LOST! Compared to the municipalities in Flanders where approximately 30% will be VERLED.
When drawing up the plans, measures against erosion of the lands from “Tissenhove molen” to the Kromstraat were also taken into account.
New dams are being built for this at the Kromstraat
The wastewater is discharged via the lower part of the Kromstraat to the Aquafin collector St-Denijs- Boekel, the rainwater is discharged via the canals to a buffer basin in Vrijsbeke, after which it is dosed to the Peerdestokbeek.
Phase 1: installation of sewerage from the bottom of Fonteinstraat to the intersection with Vrijsbeke
Phase 2: construction of the Vrijsbeke sewerage and buffer basin
Phase 3: construction of sewerage at the intersection with Vrijsbeke-Fonteinstraat up to the Kromstraat intersection at the nursing home
Phase 4: construction of sewerage Kromstraat house no. 1 to the Fonteinstraat intersection
Just before the leave, the contractor Aclagro and the utility companies organized an information evening for all residents. With ample opportunity to ask questions about the works and possible temporary nuisance .
The contractor has committed to the residents before the start of each phase
so that everyone can make the necessary arrangements
Due to the phasing of the works, traffic nuisance will be limited in time, local traffic is only allowed for residents. ”
Investment sewerage road works : 2536560,55 € incl VAT
Investment to bring utility lines underground: € 200,000 incl VAT