Here you’ll find updates on construction work along the route. To find out more about the background of this project view the A1010 South plans page.
If you have an urgent concern with construction works you can call our contractor on 0844 967 1611 (this number is available 24 hours). Please be aware that non-urgent issues may be redirected to the contractors Public Liaison Officer to address during normal office hours.
During normal working hours, Katy Davies, the Public Liaison Officer is available on 07714295768 or email@example.com
If you have a more general question about Cycle Enfield then use our contact page to get in touch.
We know construction can be disruptive. While there are times when it’s unavoidable, we’re working to make the process more manageable. We have explained the ways we’re working in this minimising disruption PDF guide.
To help communicate the temporary traffic management arrangements (which includes diversions) we have put together a document which includes the details and timeframes associated with the key junctions – view the details in this PDF guide.
Work continues on this section. Nightingale Road is closed northbound with the junction of Hertford Road and traffic is diverted via Bounces Road. Galliard Road is also closed northbound with diversions via Bury Street. Traffic from Hertford Road is still able to enter Nightingale Road and Galliard Road. All diversions are fully signed. The closures will be in place from September 3 until late November 2018. A loading bay has been provided for local shops and businesses. Work has been completed on the North Western and North Eastern Corners outside the shops. We have also completed three of the new crossings and the new island on Nightingale Road and are working on the central traffic island on Hertford Road. We are now also working on the South Western and South Eastern corners. Surfacing is scheduled for the nights of 13, 14 and 15 November under a road closure.
Works from just south of Nightingale junction down to Tramway Avenue are now substantially complete. The light segregation will be added once this full stretch is complete.
Work is substantively complete awaiting planting of the rain gardens. The cycle lane buff surface will be installed at a later date.
We will be installing cycle slabs at the bus stop. Once these are installed the work at this location will be complete.
Work on this junction is now complete with rain gardens awaiting some planting. The crossing adjacent to Lowden Road has reopened. The final areas of buff surfacing will completed at a later date.
Utility work by BT unrelated to Cycle Enfield is taking place at night. Work continues on the northern end of the site including completing the kerb line and drainage. The slab works outside the shops at the southern end of the site have been completed.
The rain gardens have been planted this week and the roundabout turfed. We are continuing to install the new cycle path and edging. They are now being prepared for surfacing work.
Diversions have been removed and the new lights commissioned. Most islands and surfacing have also been completed. Work continues on the cycle lane and footway to Smythe Close.
There are currently BT works at the junction and we have used these to start work on the southbound section to Park Road. We have so far installed kerbs and blocks and have started to install drainage in the area. Buff surfacing along the cycle path is to be completed at a later date.
Access to Bury Street and Rosemary Avenue will be closed at their junction with Hertford Road from 19 November until the end of February 2019. For information on bus route diversions please visit http://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/about-tfl/what-we-do/buses.
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