Havering Council has revealed a new set of road closures for roadworks in the coming weeks.

In a notice published on the Public Notice Portal on March 1, South Street in Romford is touted to be shut at its junction with Havana Close and Eastern Road for 24 hours between March 11 and April 19 or upon completion of works whichever is sooner.

This is to install a new cycle way, zebra crossing and a traffic island on the road.

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Cotleigh Road in Romford could be shut between 7am to 7pm from March 11 to March 30 at its junction with London Road for gas mains replacement work.

Also on the list is Hacton Lane in Hornchurch that is proposed to be closed from its junction with Alder Avenue to its junction with Newbury Gardens, between 8pm to 5am from March 11 to March 16 nightly or upon completion of works.

A speed table, pedestrian refuge and pelican crossing is to be installed.

There are diversion routes available for the roads to help motorists navigate their way.

For the works in South Street, there will be a diversion in place via Thurloe Gardens and Western Road.

Similarly for the Hacton Lane diversion, Gaynes Park Road, Corbets Tey and St Mary’s Lane will serve as alternate routes.

A copy of the notice can be accessed on the Public Notice Portal.

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