Spray Patching

Completed Sites

These completed sites are listed alphabetically, by town:

St Mary's Lane, Bexhill 
Black Hill/Church Hill, Crowborough
Eridge Road, Crowborough
School Lane, Danehill
Compton Place Road, Eastbourne
Borough Lane, Eastbourne
St Philip's Avenue, Eastbourne
Dittons Road, Eastbourne
Lottbridge Drove, Eastbourne
Pacific Drive, Eastbourne
Susans Road, Eastbourne
East Dean Road, East Dean
The Forstal, Eridge
A267 Five Ashes 
A22, Forest Row
Ersham Road, Hailsham
Barley Lane, Hastings
Roc-A-Nore, Hastings
Chowns Hill, Hastings 
Marklye Lane, Heathfield
Horsewalk, Hooe
Horebeech Lane, Horam 
A267 Horam 
Iden Road, Iden
Eastgate Street, Lewes
St Annes Crescent, Lewes
Sluice Lane, Pevensey
St Johns Road, Polegate
Ambleside Avenue, Telscombe
Arundel Road West, Telscombe 
Battenhurst Road, Ticehurst
Moat Lane, Sedlescombe 
Battle Road, St Leonards
Grand Parade, St Leonards
Nevill Road, Uckfield
Moat Lane, Waldron 
Sea Road, Winchelsea 

Upcoming Works

These upcoming works are listed alphabetically, by town. 

  • Marley Lane, Battle
  • Turkey Road, Bexhill 
  • Eridge Road, Crowborough
  • East Dean Road, East Dean
  • A265, Etchingham
  • A267 Tunbridge Wells Road, Frant
  • Summerheath Road/Western Road, Hailsham
  • Lewes Road, Halland
  • Chowns Hill, Hastings

  • Harold Road, Hastings
  • Old Church Road, Hastings 
  • Githa Road, Hastings
  • Station Road, Isfield
  • Newick Lane, Mayfield
  • Cricketfield Road, Seaford
  • Claremont Road, Seaford

Spray Patching

This year we're working to fix potholes and prevent them from forming. Velocity Patching fixes defects permanently in just a few minutes, keeping traffic moving without the need for closing the road.

Our machine and crew can fix up to 200 potholes per day, meaning that we can carry out more repairs.

How does it work?

First, the machine blows the defect clean, removing any dust and grit for a clean surface.

Next, a cold emulsion is forced in to every crack and crevice. This seals the defect and protects it by preventing any water from getting under the surface. This is how potholes often form.

Finally, aggregate is coated in bitumen emulsion before being fired at high velocity in to the pothole. It is compacted densely and sets immediately. The process takes just a few minutes, and is ready to drive on immediately. 

We will be working our way around the County and repairing the roads mentioned as we go. These roads will remain open as we work with short delays in areas.