Construction update

Here you'll find the latest updates on the work taking place in and around Highams Park Town Centre. If you have a question on the work please email us.

Update 15.05.17

Works substantially/completed in past 2 wks

River Walk between Winchester Road and Beech Hall Road –River Walk has been widened, to create a shared cycle and pedestrian path with improved lighting. The work has been substantially completed except lighting works. When the lighting work is completed, resin bounded surfacing will be laid to the path.

Chingford Lane / The Avenue junction – Work is complete. Carriageway has been resurfaced to include a new raised junction table.

Winchester Road / Haldan Road junction – A new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing has been created and all works have been completed except for resin bonded surfacing which will be carried out soon.

Chingford Lane / Lichfield Road junction – Work is complete. Carriageway has been resurfaced to include a new raised junction table.

Wadham Road / Beech Hall Road junction – Work is complete

Hatch Lane / Friday Hill junction – All works completed except installation of beacon posts at proposed crossing and overnight carriageway resurfacing which will be programme for week commencing Monday 15 May.

Chingford Lane / Montalt Road junction – All work is complete.

Oak Hill between Hale End Road and Hollywood Way – two more new sinusoidal humps have been installed.

Haldan Road between Winchester Road and Newbury Road – replaced existing speed humps with sinusoidal humps.

Wadham Road between Grove Park Avenue and Winchester Road – replaced existing speed humps with sinusoidal humps.

The Avenue / Nightingale Road junction – A new raised junction table has been created. This involved raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction.

Construction works – occurring over next 2 wks - commencing 12 May 2017

Hatch Lane/Friday Hill  junction – creating a new raised junction table which will involve raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction.

 

Construction impact checklist

Traffic detours

During Hatch Lane/Friday Hill resurfacing, diversion will be in place via Hatch lane, New Road, Larkswood Road, Kings Road and Friday Hill, from Monday 15 May to Friday 19 May between 9pm and 5am.

Out of hours work

Yes

Noisy works

Yes, however we will try to complete the nosiest work before 11pm to minimise the disturbance.

Parking restrictions

  • Parking suspended on Chingdale Road for the first 30 metres from Friday Hill.
  • Parking suspended on Friday Hill East for the first 30 metres from Chingdale Road.

 

 

Upcoming works - due to start at later date (ie surfacing, road closure, etc)

Fulbourne Road/ Wadham Road junction – work will begin on a shared path which can be used by bikes and pedestrians.

Chingford Lane near The Avenue – Works will begin to improve access to Epping Forest across Chingford Lane.

 

Updated on 18.04.17

The following works are starting soon:

Fulbourne Road junction with Wadham Road

Starting soon we will widening and resurfacing the pavement at this location. We plan to turn it into a shared path where cyclists and pedestrians can easily and safely get about. During these works sections of the pavement may be closed to allow works to take place. Please look out for signs advising of any restrictions and where indicated please use the other pavement.

Hatch Lane junction with Friday Hill

Starting soon, we will be resurfacing the road and junction at this location. This is part of our plans to create a new raised table junction. This consists of raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction.

At the following locations, works have started:

The Avenue and Nightingale Avenue junction

Works have started on building a new raised table junction. This is where we raise the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. This makes the junction and area safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

  • Please note at this location, will be closed from  Monday 24 April to Friday 28 April. This is to ensure all works are completed quickly and the level of disruption is minimised.
  • Parking will be suspended at this location as well. We are requesting all residents to park in neighbouring roads just while these works are taking place.

Hatch Lane junction with Waterhall Avenue

We have nearly finished the new combined crossing at this location. This is where cyclists and pedestrians can cross safely and quickly. Next week the beacon posts will be installed and the works to the crossing will have been completed.

At the following locations a resin bonded surface will be applied to the pavement to help people get about and to make the areas more pleasant:

  • Wadham Road junction with Beech Hall Road
  • Winchester Road junction with Haldan Road
  • Greville Road junction with Shernhall Street.

Updated on 06.04.17

Recently a letter was sent to local residents and businesses informing them of works starting soon on the junction of The Avenue and Nightingale Avenue. Work will start on Monday 24 April. To view a copy of the letter, please click here.

Updated on 27.03.17

 The following works will be starting soon:

Friday Hill and Chingdale Road junction 

Works will start soon on builing the new raised table junction at this location. This is where we raise the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. This makes the junction and area safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

Friday Hill East between Chingdale Road and Bluehouse Road

Works will start soon on building a new segregated cycle track. Once finished this will create a separate, designated space for cycling, making it safer and easier for cycles and vehicles to share the road. During the construction of the cycle track we are asking all road users and pedestrians to look out for any diversions that maybe in place. Pedestrians should still have access to the pavement.

The Avenue and Nightingale Avenue junction

Works will start soon on building a new raised table junction. This is where we raise the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. This makes the junction and area safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

Fulbourne Road and Wadham Road junction

Starting soon will be works to build a shared path where cyclists and pedestrians can get about safely, away from cars and traffic. Pedestrians should still have access to the pavement. However there may be times when pedestrians will be asked to use the pavement on the opposite side of the road. Please look out for signs.

Wadham Road between Crooked Billet Roundabout and Winchester Road

Starting soon, we will be replacing the  existing rubber cushions with sinusoidal humps. These are a new type of speed hump that slows down traffic whilst providing a smoother ride for cyclists. We expect works to start Monday 27 March. Whilst works are taking place, parking will be suspended at this location. Please look out for signs and where possible please park in neighbouring roads.

The following works are in progress:

Friday Hill and Hatch Lane junction 

Work has started and is continuing on building the new raised junction table at this location. This consists of raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. Making this location safer and easier for cyclists and pedestrians to get about. We are also building a new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing that will allow pedestrians and cyclists to cross safely. In addition a segregated cycle track is being being built which separates cyclists from drivers. Once finished this will create a separate, designated space for cycling, making it safer and easier for cycles and vehicles to share the road. During the construction of the cycle track we are asking all road users and pedestrians to look out for any diversions that maybe in place.

Haldan Road between Winchester Road and Newbury Road

Work has started on building the new sinusoidal speed humps. These are a new type of speed hump that slows down traffic whilst providing a smoother ride for cyclists. We expect works to start Monday 27 March. Whilst works are taking place, parking will be suspended at this location. Please look out for signs and where possible please park in neighbouring roads.

The following works have been completed:

River Walk between Winchester Road and Beech Hall Road

Widening River Walk to create a shared cycle and pedestrian path and improve the lighting has been finished except for installing new. On completion of the lighting works, a resin bounded surface will be laid to the path, to prevent slipping in wet or icy conditions.

Chingford Lane and The Avenue junction

All works have been completed except road resurfacing which will create a new raised junction table. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. Making it a safer place for pedestrians and cyclists. We expect road resurfacing to commence Monday 10 April and last for for one week.

Winchester Road and Haldan Road junction

We have finished building the new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing. This is help pedestrians and cyclists cross the road safely. In late April will be laying a resin bonded surface to help prevent slips and falls in wet or icy conditions.

Chingford Lane and Lichfield Road junction

All works have now finished, creating the new raised junction table at this location. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. We plan to resurface this junction and we expect this to commence on Monday 10 April and should last for one week.

Wadham Road / Beech Hall Road junction

Work has now finished at this location including resurfacing of the road to form a raised junction table crossing. The road and crossing has been raised to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the crossing. Once fully completed, both cyclists and pedestrians will be able to cross safely and quickly, improving pedestrian access to the local area. The existing flower bed wall is being rebuilt, and we plan to resurface the pavement in the next two weeks. Pedestrians will have to use the other pavement whilst works are taking place.

Hatch Lane and Friday Hill junction

All works have now finished on the new raised junction table at this location. This consists of raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. We have also completed the new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing as well making it safer for pedestrians and cyclists to cross the road. The new segregated cycle track has been completed, which increases safety for cyclists by separating them from any potential conflict with cars.  All that remains is the installation of beacon posts at the proposed crossing points and to resurface the road. We expect this to be carried out by late April.

Chingford Lane Montalt Road junction

All works have now finished on building the new raised junction table. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction.  All that remains is to resurface the road and we expect this to take place week commencing Monday 10 April for one week.

Oak Hill between Hale End Road and Hollywood Way 

Works to build two new sinusoidal speed humps at this location have now finished. These are a new type of speed hump that slows down traffic whilst providing a smoother ride for cyclists.

Please note the following traffic diversions will be in place:

  • Wadham Road closed to through traffic between Grove Park Avenue and Winchester Road during construction hours, 09.30 – 15.30, from Tuesday 28 March to Friday 31 March
  • Access to residents and business will remain via Billet Roundabout or Fulbourne Road at all times
  • Diversions for non-local traffic via Chingford Road, Forest Road and Fulbourne Road.
  • Oak Hill closed to through traffic between Hale End Road and Holly Crescent on Monday 27 March and Tuesday 28 March, 08.00 – 17.00
  • Access to Oak Hill will be available via Galeborough Avenue, Oak Hill Crescent, and via Hollywood Way
  • Haldan Road closed between Winchester Road and Newbury Road and local access to Haldan Road via Newbury Road and Winchester Road on Monday 27 March and Tuesday 28 March, 08.00 – 17.00. During hours of work, residents will be able to access properties westbound from Winchester Road to minimise disruption.

Updated on 13.03.2017 - see below for traffic diversions starting soon!

The following works will be starting soon:

Friday Hill and Chingdale Road junction 

Works will start soon on builing the new raised junction table at this location. This is where we raise the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. This makes the junction and area safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

Friday Hill East between Chingdale Road and Bluehouse Road

Works will start soon on building a new segregated cycle track. Once finished this will create a separate, designated space for cycling, making it safer and easier for cycles and vehicles to share the road. During the construction of the cycle track we are asking all road users and pedestrians to look out for any diversions that maybe in place. Pedestrians should still have access to the pavement.

The Avenue and Nightingale Avenue junction

Works will start soon on building a new raised table junction. This is where we raise the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. This makes the junction and area safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

Fulbourne Road and Wadham Road junction

Starting soon will be works to build a shared path where cyclists and pedestrians can get about safely, away from cars and traffic. Pedestrians should still have access to the pavement. However there may be times when pedestrians will be asked to use the pavement on the opposite side of the road. Please look out for signs.

Wadham Road between Crooked Billet Roundabout and Winchester Road

Starting soon, we will be replacing the  existing rubber cushions with sinusoidal humps. These are a new type of speed hump that slows down traffic whilst providing a smoother ride for cyclists. We expect works to start Monday 27 March. Whilst works are taking place, parking will be suspended at this location. Please look out for signs and where possible please park in neighbouring roads.

Haldan Road between Winchester Road and Newbury Road

Work will start soon on building sinusoidal speed humps. These are a new type of speed hump that slows down traffic whilst providing a smoother ride for cyclists. We expect works to start Monday 27 March. Whilst works are taking place, parking will be suspended at this location. Please look out for signs and where possible please park in neighbouring roads.

Oak Hill between Hale End Road and Hollywood Way

Starting on Monday 27 March we will be building two more sinusoidal humps. Whilst works are taking place, parking will be suspended at this location. Please look out for signs and where possible please park in neighbouring roads.

Please note the following traffic diversions will be in place:

  • Wadham Road closed to through traffic between Grove Park Avenue and Winchester Road during construction hours, 09.30 – 15.30, from Tuesday 28 March to Friday 31 March
  • Access to residents and business will remain via Billet Roundabout or Fulbourne Road at all times
  • Diversions for non-local traffic via Chingford Road, Forest Road and Fulbourne Road.
  • Oak Hill closed to through traffic between Hale End Road and Holly Crescent on Monday 27 March and Tuesday 28 March, 08.00 – 17.00
  • Access to Oak Hill will be available via Galeborough Avenue, Oak Hill Crescent, and via Hollywood Way
  • Haldan Road closed between Winchester Road and Newbury Road and local access to Haldan Road via Newbury Road and Winchester Road on Monday 27 March and Tuesday 28 March, 08.00 – 17.00. During hours of work, residents will be able to access properties westbound from Winchester Road to minimise disruption.

The following works are still continuing:

Friday Hill and Hatch Lane junction 

Work has started and is continuing on building the new raised junction table at this location. This consists of raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction. Making this location safer and easier for cyclists and pedestrians to get about. We are also building a new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing that will allow pedestrians and cyclists to cross safely. In addition a segregated cycle track is being being built which separates cyclists from drivers. Once finished this will create a separate, designated space for cycling, making it safer and easier for cycles and vehicles to share the road. During the construction of the cycle track we are asking all road users and pedestrians to look out for any diversions that maybe in place.

Updated on 10.03.2017

A number of construction letters have been sent out to local residents and businesses advising of improvement works taking place.  To view a copy of the letter(s), please click on the following roads:

Updated on 27.02.2017

The following roads have continuing works:

River Walk between Winchester Road and Beech Hall Road 

Construction has nearly finished on this section. All that remains is to install lighting and to resurface the path. This should be completed within the next few weeks. A resin bonded surface will be laid to the path, providing a rough textured surface that increases the anti slip qualities for pedestrians. Pavement access will be maintained but signs and diversions will be in place when work is being carried out.

Chingford Lane and The Avenue junction

Building of the new raised table at this junction has nearly finished. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction, improving pedestrian safety and access to the local area. Once finished the road will be resurfaced and we expect all works to be finished by April.

Winchester Road and Haldan Road junction

We have nearly finished building the new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing. This allows both cyclists and pedestrians to cross to safely and quickly. Road markings and the application of a resin bonded surface to the pavement are still outstanding and will be carried out in early March. A resin bonded surface provides a rough textured surface that increases the anti slip qualities for pedestrians. Pavement access will be maintained but signs and diversions will be in place when work is being carried out.

Chingford Lane and Lichfield Road junction

Building of the new raised table at this junction has nearly finished. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction, improving pedestrian safety and access to the local area. Once finished the road will be resurfaced and we expect this to take place in early April.

Wadham Road and Beech Hall Road junction

Work has nearly finished including resurfacing of the road to form a raised junction table crossing. The road and crossing has been raised to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the crossing. Once fully completed, both cyclists and pedestrians will be able to cross safely and quickly, improving pedestrian access to the local area. The existing flower bed wall is being rebuilt, and we plan to resurface the pavement in the next two weeks. Pedestrians will have to use the other pavement whilst works are taking place.

Hatch Lane and Friday Hill junction

Work is still continuing to create the new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing and a segregated cycle track. This is a separate, designated space for cycling, making it safer and easier for cycles and vehicles to share the road. Once the works have been finished we will resurface the road.

Chingford Lane and Montalt Road junction

Work has started on building the new raised junction table at this location. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction, improving pedestrian safety and access to the local area. We expect the works to be finished by mid March.

Whilst works are taking place, we have installed temporary 2-way lights to manage the traffic flow. We have closed Montalt Road junction with Chingford Lane to manage traffic levels on Chingford Lane.

Some parking bays have been suspended temporarily around these roads, to allows works to take place. Please look out for signs advising of any restrictions and we are asking all drivers to park in neighbouring roads whilst works are taking place.

Whilst works are taking place, pedestrians should still have access to pavements. However, please look out for signs and warnings notifying you of any restrictions.

Once finished the road will be resurfaced in early April, more details to follow.

Work starting soon:

Work to build a new raised table junction will be starting soon on The Avenue and Nightingale Avenue junction.

A new shared path for cyclists and pedestrians will be built on Fulbourne Road and Wadham Road junction.

New sinusoidal humps will be built, replacing the existing rubber cushions. These are a new type of speed hump that slows down traffic whilst providing a smoother ride for cyclists. The following roads will have works starting soon

  • Wadham Road between Crooked Billet Roundabout and Winchester Road
  • Haldan Road between Winchester Road and Newbury Road
  • Oak Hill between Hale End Road and Hollywood Way.

 

 

Updated on 13.02.2017

The following roads have continuing works:

Wadham Road and Beech Hall Road junction

Work is still continuing on the new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing. This allows both cyclist and pedestrians to cross safely and quickly. This crossing will be a raised crossing. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction, improve pedestrian safety and access to the local area.When completed, both cyclists and pedestrians will be able to cross safely.

ROAD CLOSURE:
We will be resurfacing the road on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 February. During these two days, Wadham Road between Hale End Road and Winchester Road will be closed for through traffic between 9.30am-3.30pm. Diversions will be in place.

Hatch Lane and Friday Hill junction

Work is still continuing to create the new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing and a segregated cycle track. This is a separate, designated space for cycling, making it safer and easier for cycles and vehicles to share the road. Once the works have been finished we will resurface the road.

Chingford Lane and The Avenue junction

A new raised table is currently being built on this junction. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction, improve pedestrian safety and access to the local area. It should take three to four weeks to complete. Whilst works are being carried out, the junction of The Avenue will be closed. Residents can still access their properties via alternative roads such as Betoyne Avenue. Once finished, the road will be resurfaced, please look out for further updates advising of works nearer the time. Once finished we will resurface the road. Works should be finished by 20 February.

Work starting soon:

Work to build new raised junction tables will be starting soon on the following:

  • The Avenue and Nightingale Avenue junction
  • Chingford Lane and Montalt Road junction
  • Chingford Lane and Lichfield Road junction.

A new shared path for cyclists and pedestrians will be built on Fulbourne Road and Wadham Road junction

On Wadham Road between Crooked Billet Roundabout and Winchester Road

New sinusoidal humps will be built, replacing the existing rubber cushions. These are a new type of speed hump that slows down traffic and provides a smoother ride for cyclists. Once all the works above have been completed, we will resurface all the mentioned junctions. We will notify you when when resurfacing will take place.

The following works have been completed:

Chingford Lane and The Avenue junction

All works have now been finished, except the road resurfacing which will create a new raised junction table. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction whilst improving pedestrian safety and access to the local area.Resurfacing will take place in March.

Winchester Road and Haldan Road junction

We have create a new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing. This allows both cyclists and pedestrians to cross to safely and quickly. All works have been completed except for road markings and the application of a resin bonded surface to the pavement which will be carried out in early March. A resin bonded surface provides a rough textured surface that provides anti slip qualities for pedestrians. Pavement access will be maintained but signs and diversions will be in place when work is being carried out.

 

Updated on 07.02.2017

Highams Park Town Centre (Hollywood Way, Holly Crescent and Oak Hill) construction letter has been sent to all residents and businesses, informing them of works starting soon,  to view the letter, click here.

 

Updated on 30.01.2017

The following roads have continuing works:


River Walk

Construction has nearly finished on this section. All that remains is to install lighting and to resurface the path. This should be completed within the next two to three weeks. A resin bonded surface will be laid to the path, providing a rough textured surface that provides anti slip qualities for pedestrians. Pavement access will be maintained but signs and diversions will be in place when work is being carried out.

Winchester Road and Haldan Road junction

The new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing has nearly been finished. When completed, both cyclists and pedestrians will be able to cross safely. This should be completed within the next week.

Wadham Road and Beech Hall Road junction

Work is still continuing on the new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing.

Hatch Lane and Friday Hill junction

Work is still continuing to create the new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing and a segregated cycle track. This is a separate, designated space for cycling, making it safer and easier for cycles and vehicles to share the road.

Chingford Lane and The Avenue junction

A new raised table is currently being built on this junction. This involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction, improving pedestrian safety and access to the local area. It should take three to four weeks to complete. Whilst works are being carried out, the junction of The Avenue will be closed. Residents can still access their properties via alternative roads such as Betoyne Avenue. Once finished, the road will be resurfaced, please look out for further updates advising of works nearer the time.

Work to build new raised junction tables will be starting soon on the following:

  • The Avenue and Nightingale Avenue junction
  • Chingford Lane and Montalt Road junction
  • Chingford Lane and Lichfield Road junction.

 

A new shared path for cyclists and pedestrians will be built on:

  • Fulbourne Road and Wadham Road junction

 

On Wadham Road between Crooked Billet Roundabout and Winchester Road

New sinusoidal humps will be built, replacing the existing rubber cushions. These are a new type of speed hump that slows down traffic and provides a smoother ride for cyclists.

Once all the works above have been completed, we will resurface all the mentioned junctions. We will give you advanced warning when resurfacing will take place.

 

The following works have been completed

River Walk between Winchester Road and Beech Hall Road

All improvement works including widening the path to allow walking and cycling have been completed. So both cyclists and pedestrians have a safe and pleasant environment to travel.

 

 

Updated on 16.01.17

The following roads still have works taking place and should be completed in the next two to three weeks:

  • Winchester Road and Haldan Road junction, we are creating a new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing. So both cyclists and pedestrians can cross safely.
  • Wadham Road and Beech Hall Road junction, we are creating a combined cycle and pedestrian crossing
  • Hatch Lane and Friday Hill junction, we are creating a new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing and a segregated cycle track. This is a separate, designated space for cycling, making it safer and easier for cycles and vehicles to share the road
  • Chingford Lane and The Avenue junction, we are building a new raised junction table which involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction.

 

Updated on 23.12.16

The following works are still continuing on the following roads and should be finished early 2017, please look out for warning signs and any parking restrictions that are in place:

  • River Walk between Winchester Road and Beech Hall Road (see last update for specific details and definitions).

 

The following works will commence on the following roads early 2017 and should take four to six weeks to complete:

Phase 1

  • Winchester Road junctions with Haldan Road - create a new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing
    Wadham Road and Beech Hall Road junction - create a new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing
  • Hatch Lane and Friday Hill junction - create a new combined cycle and pedestrian crossing and a segregated cycle track which separates cyclists from drivers
  • Chingford Lane and The Avenue junction – create a new raised junction table which involves raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching the junction.

Phase 2

Once phase 1 works has been completed, work on the following roads will start and should take a further two to three weeks to complete:

  • The Avenue and Nightingale Avenue junction – create a new raised junction table
  • Chingford Lane and Montalt Road junction – create a new raised junction table
  • Fulbourne Road and Wadham Road junction – create a shared path which can be used by cycles and pedestrians
  • Chingford Lane and Lichfield Road junction – create a new raised junction table.

 

Updated 12.12.16

Highams Park Town Centre construction letter has been sent to all residents and businesses, informing them of works starting soon, click here.


Updated on 09.12.16

The following works have started and are now taking place on the following roads:

River Walk between Winchester Road and Beech Hall Road

  • River Walk is being widened to create a shared cycling and pedestrian path. The existing lighting will be improved along this section and all works should approximately take two weeks to complete. During the works, River Walk will be closed and pedestrian diversions will be in place. Parking will be restricted whilst works are on-going and ‘No parking’ signs and cones will be placed in the area letting drivers know. Please park in nearby roads whilst works are taking place.

The following works will start early January 2017:

The following roads and junctions will all have combined crossings, these are cycle and pedestrian zebra crossings, designed to help cyclists and pedestrians to cross:

  • Winchester Road junctions with Haldan Road
  • Wadham Road and Beech Hall Road junction
  • Hatch Lane and Friday Hill junction

At the following locations a raised table will be installed  this is raising the road to pavement level to encourage vehicles to slow down when approaching a junction. This allows pedestrians and cyclists to cross safely:

  • Wadham Road, Beech Hall Road, Hatch Lane and Friday Hill – the programme of works to these roads will approximately take four to six weeks to complete. Please see warning notices that will be placed, advising of any works taking place and advising of any diversions
  • The Avenue, Nightingale Avenue, Chingford Lane, Montalt Road, Fulbourne Road, Wadham Road Chingford Lane and Lichfield Road – the programme of works will approximately take two to three weeks to complete. Please see warning notices that will be placed, advising of any works taking place and advising of any diversions.