|Type||Description||Dates & Times||Areas Affected|
Road closure – North-South Motorway temporary closure
10pm Thursday 9 April - midday Monday 13 April.
North-South Motorway, between Regency Road and Grand Junction Road.
|Night works and road closures|
Night works and road closures – Installation of underground drainage systems
30 March - May 2020
Night works, between the hours of 6pm and 6am, Monday to Friday
Day works, between the hours of 6am and 6pm, Monday to Saturday.
Pym Street, Regency Road, South Road and the North-South Motorway, Croydon Park and Regency Park.
|Day and Night works|
Day and Night works – Service installations and drainage, road and site compound works
February - April 2020
South Road, Regency Road and intersecting side streets in Croydon Park and Regency Park.
Access changes – Pedestrian access
South Road, Regency Road, Hudson Avenue, Royce Avenue, Pym Street, Auburn Crescent, Hotchkiss Crescent, Essex Crescent, Minerva Crescent and Wolseley Road.
Road closure – Side street closures reminder
Wolseley Road, Minerva Crescent, Packard Avenue and Royce Avenue.
Construction works – Temporary Angle Park stockpile site
Starting November 2019
Old Superway casting yard
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