Roads in Chertsey have been reopened now that safety equipment has been installed around the Old Town Hall.
The structural supports, needed after a car struck the historic building, were installed on 18 June and finally completed at about 11pm.
The measures were then inspected and approved by our structural engineer.
Road barriers to protect the scaffolding were then installed, and the fencing and diversion signage removed, leading to a full road reopening shortly after midnight.
Runnymede Building Control team worked throughout the weekend to authorise the necessary works to ensure the site was safe after the building was hit by a car on 14 June.
Our Building Control team liaised with engineers and the scaffolding company regarding the support structure needed and the complexity and specialist components of the scaffolding meant construction could not be completed on the day.
Structural engineers attended the site on 15 June and completed their initial survey.