WORK'S ABOUT TO START IN YOUR AREA
We’re making improvements to our neighbourhoods and town centres, creating an environment where many more of us can walk or cycle every day.
Ringway Jacobs have appointed a Public Liaison Officer, Rilwan Oshingbade,to assist with any enquiries related to construction, he can be contacted directly on email@example.com
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.
The zebra crossing is now complete and has been reopened.
Work will start shortly on the brick planter. The new crossing adjacent to Regency Court has been installed and is awaiting connection.
Four lane segregators have been removed from this section and replaced with wands.
The construction of two brick planters has now started and will take approximately two weeks.
The installation of street furniture continues this week.
We are continuing work at the junction of Fox Lane under multi-phase lights (0930 – 1530hrs) and are installing new kerb lines and drainage. The cycle lane is now almost complete
We are installing a new kerb line, cycle lane and paving as well as improving drainage and constructing rain gardens near the junctions with Shrubbery Gardens and Vicars Moor Lane. Southbound work, including the construction of a bus boarder, continues. We will shortly start work on the construction of the central island on Firs Lane.
Work will continue to work on the Uvedale Road northbound section and the adjacent Village Road junction. We are currently working on drainage, kerbs, planters and a bus boarder. Work on the segregation islands is now complete. Work on a brick planter will start shortly.
Work is now progressing on new kerb lines and crossing points near Woodbury Avenue and Lytton Avenue and also south of Fernleigh Road. We will shortly be starting work towards Eaton Park Road and Meadowcroft Road.
Compton Road has been closed to allow safe working. We are currently working on drainage work, ducting work and new kerb lines. A designated area within the closure has been installed to allow local businesses to take deliveries.
Broomfield Lane is currently closed and multi-phase traffic lights are in operation to allow work to continue safely. Work on the bus boarder on the southbound side of the road is almost complete. Work is continuing to allow installation of the new signals and complete the new kerb outside the library. Work also continues on the opposite side of Broomfield Road.
Work is expected to take place between early July and late September.
Work is expected to take place between mid June and late July.
Work is expected to take place between mid June and late August.
Work is expected to take place between mid July and mid August.
For full information on all aspects of the Ponders End regeneration including the High Street scheme, the Alma Estate rebuild and the Electric Quarter development amongst others please see the regeneration page here
High Street – The northern section between Eagle House Car Park and Stonehorse Road will be constructed in the first half of the calendar year. The southern section between Stonehorse Road and Clarence Road will be built in the second half of the calendar year. The challenging reconfiguration of the Derby Road junction is being planned for the summer holiday period to minimise disruption.
Queensway - Associated works are planned for Queensway to improve pedestrian access to the new school. The work to improve the footways and add a zebra crossing started earlier this spring. This section is not expected to affect the wider traffic network.