Havering roads to avoid for a smoother journey

PUBLISHED: 18:30 09 February 2018

Avoid the routes with roadworks to dodge the queues.

Avoid the routes with roadworks to dodge the queues.


These are the roads to avoid next week.


London Road, outside Crowlands Primary School: Two way signals until Friday, February 16.

Hornchurch Road will be closed at the junction with Grimshaw Way from Tuesday, February 13 to Thursday, February 15.


Ockendon Road: Two way signals until February 22.

Cranborne Gardens: Multi-way signals on Thursday, February 15.

St Marys Lane, Upminster: Multi-way signals from Monday, February 12 to Monday, February 26.

Harold Wood

Church Road: Two way lights until February 19.

Ashton Road: Multi-way signals on Wednesday and Thursday, February 13 and 14.

Harold Hill

Dagnam Park Drive: Multi-way signals from Monday, February 12 to Wednesday, February 14.


Wingletye Lane: Two way signals from Monday, February 12 to Wednesday, February 14.

Abbs Cross Lane: Multi-way signals from Thursday, February 15 to Wednesday, February 28.

Slewins Lane, Hornchurch: Two way lights from Friday, February 16 to Tuesday, February 20.

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