A new drainage connection for the development at 32 Welcomes Road is to be installed from 29th June to 2nd July. You are strongly advised to avoid using the lower part of Welcomes Road/Kenley Lane/Valley Road at all for this period.
Advance warning notices will be put up by the contractors.
The contractors will manage the refuse collection lorry
routing which is due to empty bins on Monday.
The drainage work had been scheduled for w/b 22nd June as previously advised, but had to be postponed a week for technical reasons.
Every effort will be made to complete the work by Wednesday
1st July but an extra day has been allowed for the unexpected.
Thank you for your patience.
Work is planned for 3 to 4 days from Tuesday 23rd June 2020 outside 32 Welcomes Road, which is a construction site. The road will be passable but traffic light controlled whilst managing any HGVs that might be travelling in opposite directions.
Monday has been left clear for the refuse lorry to operate unimpeded.
WURA have been informed that there will be road closures/restrictions blocking parking bays outside 9 and 28 Whytecliffe Road as follows:
1. Date: 27th October, Purley High Street and
Whytecliffe Road South Purley
2. Period: approx 3 days closures/restrictions. Follow
3. Reason: Crane operations
More directly affecting us: closure of Hayes Lane between Cadogen Place and Golf Road
1. Date: 11th December
2. Period: approx 3 days
3. Reason: Telecomms
Diversions via Buxton Lane, Godstone Road, Hayes Lane, Whyteleafe Road, Whyteleafe Hill, and Salmons Lane and will be sign posted.
Croydon Council will be carrying out long-awaited resurfacing work on Simone Drive on Wednesday 9th October. The road will be closed for the duration with extremely limited access.
The fact that this work is finally happening is partly due to the persistence of the WURA secretary in raising awareness of the poor state of the road surface with the council over the last few months.
Carriageway reconstruction is to take place between the Tuesday 24th and Saturday 28th of September 2019 between the speed ramp opposite 134 Welcomes Road and lamp post 24 on the verge on the first bend near 157 Welcomes Road. We hope that the road will be open again by the Saturday but please do not rely on it as it can not be guaranteed.
The contractor, J C Allfreys Co.Ltd., may need to carry out deep excavations to divert the flow of water from an underground spring which is causing subsidence to the road surface possibly resulting in the complete closure of this stretch of road.
The contractor will try to keep disruption to the minimum endeavouring if possible to allow the residents living directly opposite the works access to their property.
Through traffic MUST be prepared to use alternative routes to avoid this section of the road.
Please forewarn any visitors or deliveries that you are expecting between those dates. The contractor’s plant may be parked in Uplands Road near the Welcomes Road junction overnight.
We will issue further bulletins as the work progresses and will be writing to the residents directly affected about parking arrangements.