HS2 in Hillingdon reports:
Work is required to complete the diversion of an Affinity water main. The nature of the work means that it can only be carried out under a northbound lane closure of Breakspear Road South.
The work will start on Monday 7 January and will last until Wednesday 16 January and will be working 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Traffic management with temporary traffic lights will be put into place to allow traffic to continue to use the road during this time. Further information can be found here.
Following recent meetings with HS2, we have been advised that HS2 contractors will need to close the northbound lane in Breakspear Road South for a 30-metre stretch north of the Chiltern line bridge. This is planned to last nine days – Jan 7 to 16th. This will be followed by an eight-week complete closure commencing last week of February. These dates are to be confirmed.
In case you missed the update to the previous post on HS2 lorry movements. Here is the link where you can provide your own comments to the Council.
HS2 has put in a planning application to LBH. Among other things it includes (a very unsurprising) map of lorry access to Moorhall Road and Harvil Road work sites.
The dashed line shows the routes (best to see it full-size in the third of the plans submitted) (you’ll still need to expand it to read the explanation underneath.) It’s the obvious circular route from Denham roundabout along the A40 to the A412 then onto Moorhall Road or up to Swakeleys roundabout onto Swakeleys Road then Harvil Road.
Ruislip Against HS2 says LBH is running a consultation on this – I can’t find it. I’ll let you know when and if I do.
Update And here it is: https://planning.hillingdon.gov.uk/OcellaWeb/planningDetails?reference=74320%2FAPP%2F2018%2F3986&from=planningSearch
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This year’s URC Christmas Fayre will be held on Saturday 17th November from 10am to 2pm. Admission 50p (free for under 12s).
The stalls will include Christmas gifts, decorations and cakes along with china, glass and small quality bric-a-brac, jewellery, toys and boxed games, DVDs and CDs and quality books. There will be plenty of activities for the children, with Father Christmas arriving at 11, along with the popular 101 Surprises tombola [every ticket a winner!] and the grand draw at 1.30 with top prizes of £150 and £50 cash, kindly donated by Coopers Estate Agents. Last but not least there will be hot food and other refreshments to help keep you going. If you are able to donate anything for the stalls please bring it to the church between 2pm and 7pm on Friday 16th November or ring Richard Piper on 01895 634348 for collection. Thank you for that in advance and hope to see you at the Fayre!
Just to add to the joy of trying to get around in Ickenham we have been informed of the following:
Ref: the southbound lane closure of Park Road Uxbridge to facilitate the St Andrews redevelopment, I would like to inform you that due to major complications work will continue until the 9th December.
This means not only will the original estimated 4 week time frame over run considerably, there will now be a requirement to introduce a north bound closure of Park Road along with the current southbound lane closure.
The north bound closure will be installed in and around the end of next week 15th/16th November depending on progress.
The impact of these works will have a major impact on current traffic flows, however these are essential works that must be done to ensure the ongoing progress of the St Andrews redevelopment.
Please be assured we are doing everything within our power to ensure everything is being done to expedite these works and daily inspections will continue until works are completed.
This will no doubt have a knock on effect on all routes in Ickenham as drivers try to find alternative routes of which there are of course none