Addiscombe Road works, overnight 3 – 14 September

Posted on Aug 27, 2018

Transport for London has advised

A232 Addiscombe Road works

Dear Stakeholder

I am writing to inform you about our planned works at the above location. This is to install a new pedestrian refuge island on the A232 Addiscombe Road, near the junction with Cheyne Walk.

I have attached a letter, detailing the works, that we are distributing among local residents.

If you have any further questions, please contact me.

Yours sincerely
Muhammed

Muhammed Mashud

Community Partnerships Specialist | Public Affairs & External Relations

Mail: 8th Floor (Red Zone), 5 Endeavour Square, Stratford, London E20 1HZ

THe letter referred to reads

A232 Addiscombe Road: works planned from 3 September 2018
From 3 to 14 September, we are planning to install a new pedestrian refuge
island on the A232 Addiscombe Road, near the junction with Cheyne Walk. The
works will include installing new footway paving, kerbing and line markings.
How our works may affect you
To minimise disruption to road users, the works will take place overnight from
21:00 to 05:00 on Mondays to Fridays between 3 and 14 September.
From 21:00 to 05:00 each night, a lane closure will be in place in both directions
on Addiscombe Road, for about 100 metres near the junction with Cheyne
Walk. We will also be operating temporary traffic signals at the junction of
Addiscombe Road / Cheyne Walk, so please allow more time for your journeys.
The working times have been agreed with the London Borough of Croydon and
any noisy works will be completed by midnight to minimise disruption to you.
We will make every effort to complete the works during the planned times but
poor weather conditions may mean we need to work over the weekends of 8/9
and 15/16 September.
Visit tfl.gov.uk/trafficnews or follow @TfLTrafficNews on Twitter for live road
travel updates.
Buses
Bus stop D (Mapledale Avenue) will be temporarily closed overnight. Please use
the nearest alternative bus stop. Visit tfl.gov.uk/bus/status or follow
@TfLBusAlerts on Twitter for live updates.

* Service and network charges may apply. See tfl.gov.uk/terms for details
Pedestrians
We will keep footways open wherever possible and clearly signpost any
temporary closures. You will be able to access your property at all times.
Find out more
This work forms part of our programme to build a safer, more reliable road
network across London. Visit tfl.gov.uk/roads for more information.
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience and thank you for your
patience while we complete these improvements.
Should you have any questions or concerns about the works, please contact us
using the details at the top of this letter.
Yours faithfully

Nick Fairholme
Director of Project and Programme Delivery
Surface Transport
Transport for London