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Roadworks to affect Harrow and Barnet starting this week

Residents of Harrow and Barnet should prepare for possible delays and diversions as roadworks are set to commence in various areas with some starting from today, Monday March 4th.

Harefield Road: Streetworks are planned under the responsibility of Hertfordshire County Council from March 5th to March 7th.

Albany Crescent, Edgware, Harrow: Thames Water will be conducting roadworks, with a road closure likely on March 4th.

Byron Road, Wealdstone, Harrow: Delays are expected due to traffic control with two-way signals, managed by Harrow Council from March 6th to March 8th.

Christchurch Avenue, Kenton, Harrow: Traffic control (give & take) will be in place for planned roadworks managed by Harrow Council from March 6th to March 8th.

Golders Green Road, London, Barnet: Expect traffic control with two-way signals for planned roadworks managed by Barnet Council on March 4th.

Holders Hill Circus, Barnet: The entire Holders Hill Circus will be closed for resurfacing works managed by Barnet Council from March 4th to March 9th.

Rickmansworth Road, Pinner, Harrow: Openreach will conduct planned roadworks with traffic control using two-way signals from March 6th to March 10th.

Sheepcote Road, Harrow: Affinity Water will be carrying out essential work, with road closure and lane closures likely from March 5th to March 13th.

Northolt Road, South Harrow: Harrow Council will manage traffic control with give & take measures from March 6th to March 8th.

Pinner Road, North Harrow: Virgin Media will conduct planned roadworks with traffic control via two-way signals. Harrow Council is also planning works in the area from March 6th to March 8th.

Rayners Lane, Harrow: Harrow Council will oversee traffic control using Stop/Go boards from March 6th to March 8th.

Watling Avenue, Edgware: Barnet Council will manage traffic control with two-way signals for pothole repairs on March 6th.

Residents are advised to plan their journeys accordingly and allow for extra travel time due to possible delays.

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