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Thames Water works update

Canterbury Grove

This month Thames Water is due to complete its water mains replacement programme in West Norwood and it will now not be necessary for a second closure of Norwood Road southbound. Leigham Vale will reopen to traffic, after 8 months of closure, by the end of August.

Work should finish this week replacing the water mains in Canterbury Grove.

To report any water leaks contact Thames Water:

24 hour phone line: 0800 714 614

Online: https://www.thameswater.co.uk/Help-and-Advice/Report-a-problem/Report-a-problem?type=leak

@thameswater & use #tweetaleak

See our earlier post 4/6/17

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Knollys Road closure

Thames Water is spending around £5m relining the Leigham Vale water main  and surrounding works. As the mains are underneath our roads the roads have to be closed to traffic to access the pipes.  Leigham Vale remains closed to through traffic till the end of July 2017.

The section of road from the Leigham Vale – Knollys Road roundabout to Leigham Court Road is now one way and closed to eastbound traffic for the next 4- 6 weeks. So all our east – west streets off Leigham Court Road are likely to have increased traffic , particularly Rosedene Avenue /  Mt Nod Road and  Canterbury Grove.

Thames Water  contact details are: customer.feedback@thameswater.co.uk quoting job 210376

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Leigham Vale burst water main

wp_20170107_10_39_51_proThames water are relining the water main under Leigham Vale after it burst in December and January . The works are expected to be completed towards the May 2017. Road diversions will continue whilst  Leigham Vale remains closed for the next few months.

Thames Water will be working Monday to Saturday and Sunday mornings to get this major piece of work done. To find out more you can drop in to Hitherfield Baptist Church, Hitherfield Road  SW16 2LN to meet representative of Thames Water on Thursday 16th February between 12.30 to 7.30.

Or phone Thames Water on 0800 316 9800  selection 1 quoting ref: BB 210376.

Local councillors & Streatham MP Chuka Umunna took Steve Robertson, Chief Executive of Thames Water on a walkabout of the houses flooded in December and demanded action to prevent houses flooding in future.  Our local MP Helen Hayes will be meeting Thames Water next month to discuss a wide range of water-related issues and the number of serious leaks this winter.

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Leigham Vale road closure

burst-main-oct16A water main under Leigham Vale burst on the morning of Saturday 15th October flooding homes & businesses and cutting off the water supply to many homes. The water supply was restored later that afternoon. Anyone with property damaged by this flood should contact  Laura Edwards at Thames Water on 07747 644 661.

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Leigham Vale from Norwood Road

Leigham Vale will be closed to through traffic while Thames Water repair the burst water main . They expect the repair to take at least two weeks working 8am to 7pm each day. Leigham Vale road is closed between the rail bridge and the junction with Kinfauns Road SW2 3JL.  The pavement should re-open for pedestrians by the end of Tuesday 18th  October.

For any water supply problems contact Thames Water on 0800 3169 800

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Knollys Road re-opens at last!

Knollys Road closure

Knollys Road closure

The junction of Knollys Road with Leigham Court Road is  re-opening  to traffic on Monday 7/12/09.  Traffic has been diverted along Broxholm Road and Glennie Road for the last 5 months. The road has been closed since the summer July  so Southern Gas can relay gas pipes along Leigham Court Road.

The re-opening date was brought forward following a meeting on 19/11/09 of businesses,  local councillors, traffic engineers, & residents with Southern Gas.

Vale Newsagency & the Post Office on Leigham Vale and Terra Firma Landscapes & Premier Sheds at Knollys Road  garden centre  have stayed  open for business but noticed a  drop in passing trade.

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