Road Closures Ahead in Putney and Roehampton

Diversions and delays in the local area due to road works

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Hammersmith Bridge is closed to vehicular traffic indefinitely due to safety concerns. For further information contact the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham via email at bridgeproject@lbhf.gov.uk.

A219 Putney High Street, Putney
02 February 03 February
Delays likely - Lane closure
Works location: Unknown
Works description : Putney Bridge TBM Extraction - Lane closure leading to Stop-Go to allow southbound buses to exit bridge when required
Responsibility for works: THAMES TIDEWAY TUNNEL LTD
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  ZE40500000405

Montserrat Road, Putney
13 January 09 February
Delays likely - Road closure

Works location: Unknown
Works description : Entry treatment to be raised and relaid in granite setts, in a 'Copenhagen Crossing' style of continuous footway and proposed signal modernisation
Responsibility for works: Wandsworth
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  PB002PN000862019/MR

A306 Roehampton Lane, Roehampton
05 February 05 February
Delays likely - Contra-flow
Works location: Unknown
Works description : 10/163 TEL0256469 - RECUT OF MAGNETOMETER SD0, 20:00 - 23:59, LANE 1 - SOUTHBOUND
Responsibility for works: Transport for London
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  YG516S000000005624

A3209 Putney Bridge Road
04 February 06 February
Delays likely - Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works location: Unknown
Works description : Install 52m of 1 way poly duct in Footway
Responsibility for works: Openreach
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  BC006TI001LC500291790000

A3 West Hill
05 February 06 February
Delays likely - Lane closure
Works location: Unknown
Works description : Maintenance - resurface bus lane Bus Lane closure
Responsibility for works: Transport for London
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  YG443429566

Priory Lane SW15 two-way temporary traffic signals at the side of 28-37 Woking Close for Thames Water utility works on 04/02/2020. Contact: Thames Water 0800 009 3961

Hotham Road SW15 multi-way temporary traffic signals at the junction with Charlwood Road for SGN utility works commencing 04/02/2020 to 05/02/2020. Contact: SGN 01372 847 278.

West Hill SW15 multi-way temporary traffic signals at the junction with Ringford Road for TFL works commencing 06/02/2020 to 07/02/2020. Contact: TFL 07525 902 469.

Fawe Park Road SW15 two-way temporary traffic signals outside number 78 for Thames Water utility works commencing 08/02/2020 to 09/02/2020. Contact: Thames Water 0800 009 3961.

Embankment SW15 multi-way temporary traffic signals at the Embankment slipway for Thames Tideway works, estimated date of completion 08/02/2020. Contact: Thames Tideway 0208 795 5992.

Upper Richmond Road Service Road From 349 to 393
22 October 22 March 2020
Delays likely - Road closure
Works description : Carriageway and footway reconstruction work
Responsibility for works: Wandsworth
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  PB002PN000234/AH

A219 Putney High Street, Putney
30 September 30 April 2020
Delays possible - Some carriageway incursion
Works description : Footway widened by approximately 1m typically and relaid in ASP and kerb work
Responsibility for works: Wandsworth
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  PB002PUTNEHIGHSTREET

Water Leaks and Gas Escapes

Do not assume that someone else has phoned it in. Please do not report these to the Council. The following free phone numbers should be used to report leaks

WATER: 0800 714614
GAS: 0800 111999

All utility companies have to prioritise works across our borough as well as other boroughs in south London. The On Street Services team actively monitors works on the public highway and works with utility companies to minimise disruption as much as possible.

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February 3, 2020

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