Harrow Online brings you the latest updates on the roadworks scheduled to take place in Harrow over the upcoming weekend and into the half-term week.
These roadworks, conducted by Harrow Council and Affinity Water, may cause delays for motorists. Please plan your journeys accordingly.
Christchurch Avenue, Kenton: Scheduled from May 27 to May 31, roadworks are currently in progress on Christchurch Avenue in Kenton. Motorists should anticipate delays during this period. To manage traffic flow, Stop/Go boards will be utilized as a traffic control measure. The responsibility for these roadworks lies with Harrow Council.
Eastcote Road, Pinner: From May 27 to May 31, roadworks will be carried out on Eastcote Road in Pinner. Delays are expected, and traffic management will be implemented through the use of multi-way signals. Harrow Council is responsible for overseeing these works.
High Road, Harrow Weald: Harrow Weald’s High Road will undergo roadworks from May 27 to May 31. Motorists should anticipate delays while travelling in this area. Traffic control measures will be implemented using a give-and-take system.
Northolt Road, South Harrow: Commencing on May 27 and concluding on May 31, roadworks will be conducted on Northolt Road in South Harrow. Lane closures will be in effect, which may cause delays for drivers. Harrow Council is responsible for managing these works.
Sudbury Court Drive, Harrow: Sudbury Court Drive in Harrow will undergo roadworks from May 27 to May 31. Motorists should expect delays during this period. To control traffic flow, multi-way signals will be employed.
Belmont Road, Wealdstone: From May 26 to May 31, roadworks will take place on Belmont Road in Wealdstone. While delays are possible, Affinity Water, the responsible party, has not provided a specific description of the works. Traffic control measures, such as a give-and-take system, will be implemented to manage the flow.
Brinsley Road, Harrow Weald: Roadworks are scheduled on Brinsley Road in Harrow Weald from May 26 to May 31. Delays are possible for motorists. Affinity Water is responsible for these works; however, a specific description has not been provided. Traffic control measures, including give-and-take traffic management, will be in place during the duration.