Traffic delays likely in the area due to road and lane closures
Upper Richmond Road
04 July - 05 July
Roadworks, Delays likely
Traffic management : Traffic control (two-way signals)
Responsibility for works: Thames Water
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference: MU03234698748
Burntwood Grange Road
Putney Bridge Road
Osiers Road SW18 two-way temporary traffic signals from outside and opposite number 5 to outside and opposite number 11 for carriageway works, estimated date of completion 26/07/2022. Contact: Graham Heneghan, 0208 900 1981.
Old York Road SW18 is closed from Swandon Way to Ferrier Street until further notice.Northcote Road SW11 will be closed from the junction with Battersea Rise to the junction with Broomwood Road every weekend until further notice
Wandsworth Bridge SW18 – Works continue on the refurbishment of Wandsworth Bridge. The on-footway cycle tracks are currently closed for pedestrians to use, due to the hoarding encroaching onto the footways both sides. There is a temporary, on carriageway, northbound cycle lane and the southbound bus lane has been widened to facilitate buses and cycles. The scope of work has recently been increased due to some additional critical works being identified on the structure and as a result the programme has been extended. Expected completion Summer 2022.
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.
For instance via their telephone number, or Mr Don Ogunyemi on Tel No 020 8871 6712, Fax 020 8871 3174, E-mail email@example.com.
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July 5, 2022