Havering roadworks to avoid this week

PUBLISHED: 07:00 19 February 2018

Beware the roadworks. Picture: Peter Schroder

Beware the roadworks. Picture: Peter Schroder

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Keep clear of these roads if you want to avoid the queues.


Mawney Road junction with St Edwards Way: Two-way signals on Monday, February 19.

London Road: Three-way signals on Monday, February 19.


Ockendon Road: Two way signals until Monday, February 26.

St Marys Lane: Multi-way signals until Monday, February 26.

Hall Lane: Two-way lights on Tuesday, February 20.


Abbs Cross Lane: Multi-way signals until Wednesday, February 28.

Slewins Lane: Two way lights until Tuesday, February 20.

Station Lane: Two-way signals from Monday, February 19 until Friday, February 23.


Berwick Road junction with Thorn Lane: Multi-way signals from Monday, February 19 until Monday, March 12.


Broxhill Road: Two-way signals from Monday, February 19 until Monday, March 12.

Harold Hill

Gooshays Drive: Two-way signals from Monday, February 19 utnil Friday, March 2.

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