Spray Patching

Completed Sites

These completed sites are listed alphabetically, by town:

Houghton Green Lane Rye
Blackness Road Crowborough
The Maltings Rye
The Avenue Mayfield
Vale Road Mayfield
Nutley Close Rye
Beaconsfield Road Hastings
Ashford Road Hastings
Sheerwater crescent Hastings
Tutts Barn Lane Eastbourne
Birch way Hastings
St John's Road Crowborough
Broom lane Eridge
Fairview lane Eridge
Broadway Fairlight
Lodge Lane Eridge
Farley Way Fairlight
Brightling Avenue Hastings
Toll Wood Road Horam
Carlton Road Seaford
Beeches Farm Road Uckfield
Broom Lane Eridge
Hartfield road Seaford
Cordbatt Hill Mayfield
Buckland Hill Wadhurst
The Drove Hamsey
Skinners lane Battle
Beechy Road Easons Green
Blind Lane Newick

Upcoming Works

These upcoming works are listed alphabetically, by town. 

North Trade Road Battle

Green Lane Chailey

Lewes Road Chelwood gate

Blackness road Crowborough

The Circus Eastbourne

Jellicoe Close Eastbourne

Broadway Fairlight

A22 Forest Row

Harrow Lane Hastings

Broomgrove Road Hastings

Beaconsfield Road Hastings

Brading Close Hastings

Brading Close Hastings

Harold Road Hastings

Robertsons Hill Hastings

Priory Avenue Hastings

Ashford Road Hastings

Park Crescent Hastings

Barham Close Hastings

Normandy Road Hastings

Saint Helen's Road Hastings

Denehurst Gardens Hastings

The Dene Hastings

Dordrecht Way Hastings

Old London Road Hastings

Jevington rd Jevington

Saint Peter's Avenue Peacehaven

Coast Road Pevensey

North Street Punnetts Town

Harbour Road Rye harbour

Harbour Road Rye harbour

Church wood drive Saint Leonards-on-sea

Pevensey Road Saint Leonards-on-sea

Tower Road Saint Leonards-on-sea

Saxon Street Saint Leonards-on-sea

Elizabeth Road Saint Leonards-on-sea

Sedlescombe Gardens Saint Leonards-on-sea

Newhaven Walk Saint Leonards-on-sea

High point Seaford

Harrow Lane St Leonards-on-sea

Manor End Uckfield

Strand Hill Winchelsea

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.