Road works FAQs
Working hard to improve the roads across our borough.
As part of the first five years of the contract, a large number of roads in the borough will receive a new surface. The new road surfaces will be of a much higher quality and should last much longer. The smoother surfaces make for a better driving experience, while hopefully reducing general wear and tear to vehicles.
We aim to minimise disruption to residents, businesses and commuters during these works through letter-drops to those living and working in the affected roads and place advance warning signs and diversion routes.
There will be times when you may not be able to park along your road, but we’ll try and minimise this as much as possible and provide advance notice.
We will work with the utility companies that provide gas, electricity, telephone and cable services to ensure we coordinate and manage the activities to cause as little disruption as possible.
You can check out the works happening in your area over the next five years by using our postcode look-up, which can be found by clicking here.
Please note that Highways England is responsible for the M25 and M4, whilst Transport for London (TfL) is responsible for the A4, A30, A406, A205, A312 and A316.