Six weeks of roadworks planned on South Parade

Image above: Advance warning sign of the closure on South Parade; photograph Mike Abbott

Road to close fully for four days in October for resurfacing

Ealing Council is carrying out carriageway improvement work on South Parade, which is expected to last for up to six weeks.

For most of the work the road will remain open, but there is a four-day closure required for resurfacing which is set to  start on 24 October, to be carried out during the half term holiday.

There will be no through traffic between 8.00am and 5.00pm on these four days and the 94 bus will be diverted. All parking on this section of the road will be suspended while the work is taking place.

Ongoing work on South Parade includes adjusting kerbs, channels, gullies and some footway areas. Footway widening is taking place near the junction with Rusthall Avenue, to address a narrow footway reduced by a mature tree.

Murrill Construction are carrying out the work on behalf of Ealing Council. The contractor will be working from 8.00am to 4.00pm from Monday to Saturday.

The council says emergency access will not be affected at any time.

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