London Borough of Croydon

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

Clyde Avenue (Phase one): 11 September to 12 October 2017

SGN will be starting a mains replacement scheme in this area, here are the phase details;

Phase one: Clyde Avenue: 11 September to 12 October 2017: 1-way westbound from Limpsfied road/Wentworth way: diversion via Hilton Way.

The school on Wentworth Way will be contact directly by SGN with this information. Access to and from the school in Wentworth Way will be accessible at all times. Pedestrian access maintained at all times either by pedestrians boards on existing footway or by pedestrian walkway in the carriageway.

Morland Road (near Jesmond Road): 30 August to 1 September 2017

Thames Water will be carrying out a service pipe repair in Morland road near its junction with Jesmond road. In order to facilitate these works, two-way signals will be installed during the hours of 09:30-15:30 only, clearing the site at the end of each day. These works will take place from 30 August to 1 September 2017.

Everton Road: 28 August to 4 September 2017

UKPN will be installing a new link box in Lower Addiscombe Road at its junction with Everton Road, in order to maintain a pedestrian walkway in the carriageway, Everton Road will be made one-way north bound from Lower Addiscombe Road to Addiscombe Avenue. Parking will also be suspended near the junction with Lower Addiscombe Road. 

Lower Addiscombe Road (near Davidson road): 18 to 21 August 2017

SGN are currently in progress at the above location, they are installing a new service and 2-way signals are in operation to facilitate this. These signals will be manually controlled during peak times. These works are due to be completed by the 22 August 2017 but SGN are hopeful they may be finished by Monday (21 August) afternoon.

Lower Addiscombe Road tram crossing: 20 August 2017

Tramlink will be carrying out some track repair works on a section of track that crosses Lower Addiscombe Road. These works will take place during engineering hours (01:30-05:00) on 20 August 2017. To facilitate these works, 2-way signals will be installed. Pedestrians will be marshalled at existing crossing points.

Old Lodge Lane: 18 September to 1 December 2017

SGN have a job to replace a section of gas main at Old Lodge Lane. It is the section from Hayes Lane to 300m West to The Heights. During this period this section will be restricted to cars and light vehicles only as traffic signals will be in place, and the road width will be narrowed. The traffic signals will be manually controlled if required.

Orchard Avenue: 16 to 30 August 2017

Orchard Avenue where it forks off into Orchard Way will be closed up to its junction with Orchard Rise. A small diversion around the centre green will be in place for displaced traffic. This is to facilitate collaborative working for gas and sewer connections to the new build at this location. 

Mitcham Road: 23 August 2017

Croydon’s Highways team together with its principal contractor Kier, will shortly be commencing resurfacing works on the above road. The works are scheduled  to be implemented 23 August 2017. Due to the locations and nature of these works it is inevitable that some disruption will occur between 21:30hrs-05:30hrs when the works are being carried out. For this reason it is recommended that where possible you use alternative routes, or allow extra time to complete your journey. Additionally to enable the works to be completed with the least inconvenient to the residents, appropriate traffic management plan will be in place. Pedestrian access will not be affected.

Beulah Hill: 18 August 2017

Croydon’s Highways team together with its principal contractor Kier, will shortly be commencing resurfacing works on the above road. The works are scheduled  to be implemented 18 August 2017. Due to the locations and nature of these works it is inevitable that some disruption will occur between 21:30hrs-05:30hrs when the works are being carried out. For this reason it is recommended that where possible you use alternative routes, or allow extra time to complete your journey. Additionally to enable the works to be completed with the least inconvenient to the residents, appropriate traffic management plan will be in place. Pedestrian access will not be affected.

Update 11 August 2017: Thames Water have an emergency burst main slightly further down from these works. Thames are however able to facilitate these emergency works under the existing 2-way signal set up by extending the shuttle lane length by 25 mtrs and by closing Spurgeon Road at its junction with Beulah Hill. Displaced traffic will be diverted via Spa Hill, Waddington Way and Downsview Road in the other direction. This will able both works to continue collaboratively. Thames Water will work on this over the weekend (12/13 August) and will provide an update Monday 14 August.

West Street: 21 August to 4 September 2017

West Street will be closed at its junction with High Street to facilitate a sewer repair from 21 August to 4 September. Local diversions will be in place.

Beulah Hill: 7 to 19 August 2017

Thames Water have work to carry out to abandon a water main on Beulah Hill from number 71 to 86, near the junction with Priory Crescent from Monday 7 August for 12 days. To enable the works to be carried out safely, two way temporary signals will be in operation during this time. The lights will be manually controlled during peak hours to minimise the delays. 

Gravel Hill: 21 August to 3 September 2017

From 21 August to 3 September, there will be 1 lane closed in both directions 24/7, this is to allow collaborative working with TFL signal modernisation scheme.

Gravel Hill: 4 September 2017

From 4 September it will revert back to 1 lane westbound opposite Gravel Hill slip road during off peak times only.

St James Road, Kenley: 29 August - 1 September 2017

Kier will be fixing a damaged crash barrier protecting pedestrians and the sub station at St James Road, near the junction of Godstone Road. St. James Road will remain closed during these works.

Park Hill Road: 15 to 20 August 2017

Kier will be installing a new crossing point on Park Hill Road at its junction with Chichester Road. The works will be carried out from 15 to 20 August between 07:00 – 17:00. 2-way signals will be in place with a closure of Chichester Road.

Reddown Road/Fairdene Road: 11 to 15 September 2017

SGN will be laying a new service at 4 Reddown Road from 11 to 15 September 2017. Due to the location being on the junction of Fairdene Road the works will be carried out under 3-way signals.

Mitcham Road/Sumner Road: Various times between 24 July and 22 August 2017

Vodafone will be installing a new service to their cabinet situated in Sumner Gardens from 24/07 – 22/08.

Works will commence at:

  • Mitcham Road near junction of Addington Road under restricted lanes  24 to 27 July - day works
  • Addington Road will be one way from Mitcham Road to Hatton Road 27 July to 2 August - day works
  • Hatton Road will be one way from Addington Road to Sumner Road 1 to 11 August - day works
  • Sumner Road / Hatton Road / Sumner Gardens / multi-way signals at night. 20:00 – 05:00.

Sumner gardens will have minimal impact until 22 August. 

Church Road Kenley: 26 June to 21 August 2017

SGN will be in Church Road Kenley with temporary signals replacing the gas main. Following this there will be works required at Cumberlands and Shord Hill. Once dates are agreed for this I will update you.

Canterbury Road: 31 May to 28 August 2017

UKPN will be laying a new connection to the Canterbury Mills school. The services will run along Canterbury Road from the school to Sutherland / York Road.

Signals will be in place with side road closure of:

  • Priory Road 31/07/17 – 04/08/17
  • Wentworth Road 07/08/17 – 11/08/17
  • York / Sutherland 14/08/17 – 28/08/17

Contacts

Coordination team

Telephone: 
020 8255 2864