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.


Harbridge Avenue, Roehampton
24 August 24 September
Delays likely - Road closure
Works description : Related to NationalGrid London Power Tunnels 1 Decommission Project. Decommission of Stop-Joint 24/25, Link Box 24/25, Pilot Kiosk 4 and Telemetry Kiosk 3 within Verge, Footway & CW.
Responsibility for works: NATIONAL GRID ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference:  HP003OCULPT1723121

A205 Upper Richmond Road, Putney
20 July 02 November
Delays likely - Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works description : Lay 24mtrs 355mm and 217mtrs 250mm PE. Abandon 241mtrs of 15" and 15mtrs 4" CI. Complete all services. Make 7 mains connections. Complete all reinstatement.
Responsibility for works: SGN
Current status: Advanced planning
Works reference:  XW053W116185355-05667

Wandsworth Bridge - Reduced road capacity on Wandsworth Bridge due to refurbishment works with a single running lane north and southbound. Cycle tracks temporarily suspended. These works are due to start on 20/07/2020.

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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September 10, 2020

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