London Borough of Croydon

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Road works

View all current and planned road works in Croydon and London on TfL's register of London roadworks or UK wide on roadworks.org. Information on these sites includes work carried out by utility companies that are not fully under the council's control.

Temporary traffic signals and road closures

Kenilwood Crescent :  starting 28 May

The resurfacing works will take place From Homestead Way to other end Homestead Way .  Due to the nature of these works it is inevitable that some disruption will occur. For this reason it is recommended that where possible you use alternative routes, or allow extra time to complete your journey.

Brian Avenue: Starting 29 May

Resurfacing works will take place From Court Hill to Montague Avenue  Between Prop no: 2 Shaw Crescent &; Prop no: 56 Brian Avenue.  Due to the nature of these works it is inevitable that some disruption will occur. For this reason it is recommended that where possible you use alternative routes, or allow extra time to complete your journey.

Whitehorse Lane, 222:  28 May to 30 May

UKPN works. Temporary two-way traffic signals will be in place.

Upper Beulah Hill:  28 May to 30 May

Thames works. Closed at junction with Church Road.

Julien Road: 30 May

Carriageway resurfacing from Bramley Avenue to Woodmansterne Road between 8am to 5pm. On-street parking suspensions will be in place during this period.

Grange Cliffe Gardens: 30 May

Carriageway resurfacing from Grange Hill to Dead End between 8am to 5pm. On-street parking suspensions will be in place during this period.

49 – 51 High Street Croydon: 27 May to 31 May

To facilitate gas and water connections to 49 – 51 High Street Croydon a closure will be in place from 27 May to 31 May. The closure will be between Katharine Street and Scarbrook Road. Whilst the road is closed Thames water will be working on 5 valves and UKPN will be improving the pavement. The highways inspector will also be instructing Conways to carry out any potholes repairs etc. 

Bensham Lane, 321: 27 May to 31 May

SGN new connection. Temporary two-way traffic signals will be in place.

Church Road, 144:  27 May to 31 May

UKPN works. Temporary two-way traffic signals will be in place.

Harold Road, 20:  29 May to 31 May

Thames adding new district meter. Temporary two-way traffic signals will be in place.

Rockmount, 2:  29 May to 31 May

UKPN new connection. Temporary multi-way traffic signals will be in place.

Crown Dale, 82:  29 May to 31 May

UKPN new connection. Temporary multi-way traffic signals will be in place.

Winterbourne Road, 980:  29 May to 31 May

Virgin Media clearing blockage. Road will be closed.

Beulah Hill, 51:  29 May to 31 May

Heath Road temporary multi-way traffic signals.

The Windings: 31 May

Carriageway resurfacing from Sundown Avenue to Farmfields between 8am to 5pm. On-street parking suspensions will be in place during this period.

Orchard way j/w Orchard Ave: 31 May

BT clearing a blockage in the carriageway. Works begin at 9am and is expected to take 1 day to complete. Manual controlled  multi-way lights will be in place.

The Ends Music Festival: 31 May to 2 June

To facilitate a large music event in Lloyd Park, Coombe Road will be closed between Oaks Road and Park Hill Road, although access will be maintained to Coombe Lodge, from 9.00pm to 11.00pm  on Friday 31st May and Saturday 1st June and between 8.00pm and 10.00pm on Sunday 2nd June. There will be temporary holds between these times on Barclay Road, Beech House Road, Chatsworth Road, College Road, George Street, Mulgrave Road, Park Hill Road, South Park Hill Road, Water Tower Hill and Woodstock Road. There will be closures on  a number of side roads around the area which can only be accessed via a permit for local residents only. There are a number of parking restrictions in the area.

Framfields : 6 June

Resurfacing works will take place from Sanderstead Hill to Sundown Avenue. Due to the nature of these works it is inevitable that some disruption will occur. For this reason it is recommended that where possible you use alternative routes, or allow extra time to complete your journey.

High Street, Purley: 8 June

To facilitate the annual Purley Food Festival, the market square area of High Street Purley will be closed between 08.00hrs and 19.00hrs on Saturday 8th June. The diversion for displaced traffic will be via the slip road onto Brighton Road. The right hand turn will be revoked during this time. There are a number of parking restrictions in the area.

Reedham Park Avenue : Starting 6 June

The resurfacing works will take place From Whitefield Avenue to j/w Croftleigh Avenue.  Due to the nature of these works it is inevitable that some disruption will occur. For this reason it is recommended that where possible you use alternative routes, or allow extra time to complete your journey.

New Addington Carnival: 9 June

To facilitate New Addington Carnival there will be temporary closure of all roads at their  junctions with Vulcan Way, King Henry’s Drive, Parkway, Central Parade, Overbury Crescent, Cleves Crescent and Milne Park West to allow procession to pass. The procession starts at 12noon on Sunday 9th June.

Gordon Crescent near Morland Road: 10 June to 14 June

The Morland Road end of Gordon Crescent will be closed. Temporary 2-way traffic lights will be in use between 8am to 5pm from 10 June to 14 June. Access will be available from the other end of the crescent. This is due to water works.

Crown Dale/Beulah Hill/Crown Lane/Knight's Hill: 14 June to 16 June

Lambeth and Thames Water have advised that despite recent repairs to a main at this junction, it has been identified that further investigations and repairs are urgently required. Lambeth and Thames are arranging these urgent works to take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. Temporary multi-way signals with pedestrian crossings will be installed with some banned turns in and out of Knight’s Hill. Night working has been agreed to alleviate traffic congestion as previously experienced. Thames Water will clear site each morning allowing flows to return to normal during the day.

Harland Avenue: 22 June

Resurfacing works will take place between Radcliffe Road and Sandilands between 8am and 5pm. Due to the nature of these works it is inevitable that some disruption will occur. For this reason it is recommended that where possible you use alternative routes, or allow extra time to complete your journey. No parking for residents on the highway in the areas covered by the enforcement signs.

South End: 23 June

South End will be closed between its junctions with Coombe Road and Aberdeen Road on Sunday 23rd June for the South End Food Festival. The road will be closed from 7am until midnight. The diversion for displaced traffic will be via Aberdeen Road/St Peters Road/Coombe Road. Buses will be on divert during this period. There are a number of parking restrictions in the area.

Fairdene Road: 17 June to 10 September

SGN will be carrying out gas main replacement from Moorsom Way to Downs Road. Temporary traffic light signals will be in place.

Addiscombe Road: 30 June

Addiscombe Road will be closed between its junctions with Shirley Road and Sandilands for a triathlon event on Sunday 30th between 6am and 11am. 


Diversions for displaced traffic will be via Shirley Road/Lower Addiscombe Road/Cherry Orchard Road/Addiscombe Road. Buses will be on divert during this period.

Mayday Road: 1 July

On-street parking suspended for resurfacing from 20:00 to 05:00.

Brigstock Road: 2 to 6 July

On-street parking suspended for resurfacing.

Croydon Pride Fest: 13 July

To facilitate a procession on Saturday 13th July the following roads will have approximately 20 minute traffic holds on them between 11.55am and 12.55pm:

North End, George Street, Church Street, Middle Street, Frith Road, Drummond Road, Old Palace Road, Tamworth Road, Reeves Corner, Cairo New Road, Waddon New Road, Booth Road, Bourne Street, Lower Church Street, Rectory Grove and Old Town

London Road Carnival: 28 July

Please be aware that London Road will be closed between its junctions with St James Road and Lidl car Park on Sunday 28th July, 2019 from 7am to 9pm to facilitate the London Road Carnival event. The diversion for displaced traffic will be via Sumner Road/Mitcham Road/Roman Way/Old Town/Pump Pail North/Park Lane/Wellesley Road/Station Road. There are a number of parking restrictions in the area. Buses will be on divert during this period.

Edith Road Closed: in progress to October 2019

Network Rail will be carrying out works. Diversion via Dagnall Park.


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