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WORK'S ABOUT TO START IN YOUR AREA

Safer Travel, Healthier Choices

We’re making improvements to our neighbourhoods and town centres, creating an environment where many more of us can walk or cycle every day.

 

Over the coming weeks and months construction will start around your area. Even though we plan carefully to minimise inconvenience, there could be disruption to your regular routes, so please bear with us whilst we work to make our borough better for everyone. You can see some of the things we’re doing to minimise inconvenience here.

 

Please note this page will be updated as work progresses on each of the respective schemes.  

Ringway Jacobs have appointed a Public Liaison Officer, Rilwan Oshingbade,to assist with any enquiries related to construction, he can be contacted directly on cyclenfield@ringwayjacobs.com

 

If you have an urgent out of hours please call 0844 967 1611 and the team will try to assist wherever possible. Please be aware that non-urgent issues may be redirected to Rilwan to address during normal office hours.

The A105 Cycle Enfield project has been approved for implementation. Construction will now take place over the coming months. The plans will be implemented in a series of phases. Works will be carried out by Ringway Jacobs Ltd on behalf of Enfield Council.

Green Dragon Lane to York Road

Most substantive work is complete.

Borden Avenue to Walnut Grove

Most substantive work is complete.

Sainsbury's junction

Most substantive work is complete.

Station Road / Ford's Grove roundabout

The construction of the brick planters is now complete. The tree pits have been dug and are ready for the arborist for planting when appropriate.

Church Street junction with Bush Hill Road

Most substantive work is complete.

Lodge Drive to Osborne Road

Work is continuing on the footway and cycle path with shift times amended to accommodate the various opening hours of businesses. Shallow utilities are slowing some work but as areas are completed we are returning parking spaces to the public. We are moving south towards Lodge Drive. The signalised crossing is now installed.

 

 

Radcliffe Road to Riverbank

Work is substantively complete on the northbound section between Sherbrook Gardens and Green Dragon Lane with the exception of some planting. Southbound we are now working towards the shops from Elm Park Road under multi-phase lights to install kerb lines and ducts. The final phase of surfacing to this section is scheduled for the week commencing 23 October, weather permitting.  

 

Bush Hill to Essex Road

Most substantive work is complete. The tree pits are awaiting planting at the appropriate time.

 

Oaktree Avenue to Highfield Road

Most substantive work is complete with the exception of some line marking.

Compton Road Junction

Most substantive work is complete.

 

Ecclesbourne to Aldermans Hill

Most substantive work is complete

Bourne Hill junction with Hedge Lane

Work continues on the new bus build-out. National Grid is also on site following the discovery of a gas leak unconnected to Cycle Enfield work.

 

The Triangle

Access to Aldermans Hill from and to Green Lanes is closed as per the schedule. Streetlights have been disconnected and removed.

Additional work to improve footways on the southbound side has been completed and a bus shelter installed. Tree pits have been excavated and are awaiting planting. Work on the kerb line, ducting, tactile paving and cycle stands has been completed near HSBC. Paving to the centre island has been completed. A large amount of footway has been reopened to the public. The kerb line and paving on the opposite side of the island near Barclays Bank is complete. We are currently installing ducting and drainage outside ‘Iceland’ as well as rain gardens, a central island and kerbing and paving. Shifts have been amended outside shops to accommodate business opening hours.

 

The majority of the work in the area outside the Inn on the Green on the final bus stop build out has been completed.

Palmerston Crescent

Most substantive work is complete.

Awaiting decision on whether to proceed to implementation.

A1010 North Corridor Scheme

Why are we doing this

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Awaiting decision on whether to proceed to implementation.

High Street – Work at the southern end of the High Street incorporating access works to the Electric Quarter development and pipe installation for energetik’s (http://www.energetik.london/) community heat network to help minimise overall disruption across this busy construction phase is ongoing. The challenging reconfiguration of the Derby Road junction is now substantively complete and the junction has been reopened. The remaining works on the High Street north of the park will continue until the end of November 2017 but will have a lower impact on traffic.

Work to complete the north bound carriage way block paving is underway.

We are currently laying the carriageway block paving on lane one northbound. Once this is complete, we will then move into the centre of the carriageway to construct the traffic island. Traffic in both the north and southbound lanes will be maintained throughout these works.

We have completed two of the three tree pits in the parking bay on the northbound lane of Ponders End High Street. Work to construct the parking bays is now ongoing.

Work to construct the bus stop adjacent the White Hart Pub (by Garfield Road and Barclays bank) is underway.

Work on the footway on the both sides of South Street is complete and we are now carrying out footway near Palace Autos and between Stonehorse Road and the Adult Learning Academy.

The completion of work to construct the bus stop, footway and cycle lane near the Tesco entrance is imminent.

Queensway - Associated works have been completed in Queensway to improve pedestrian access to the new school.

A1010 South – Work to construct the third bus build and related work in the area is complete.

National Grid has confirmed they may require several weeks to resolve issues with the gas bypass. This issue must be resolved prior to the final phase of work, which is the construction of pedestrian islands, can be completed.

Work to build new gullies and kerbs adjacent to Cuckoo Hall Lane has now started.

Awaiting decision on whether to proceed to implementation.

A1010 South Corridor Scheme

Why are we doing this

Visit the Project Page

Work to construct the third bus build and related work in the area is complete.

National Grid has confirmed they may require several weeks to resolve issues with the gas bypass. This issue must be resolved prior to the final phase of work, which is the construction of pedestrian islands, can be completed.
Work to build new gullies and kerbs adjacent to Cuckoo Hall Lane has now started.