FMCONWAY, on behalf of Croydon Council, will be commencing resurfacing works on:
The Glade from 12th to 13th August between the hours of 20:00-05:00.
The resurfacing works will take place between Starling Close and Property No: 13.
To enable the Contractor to undertake the works, on-street parking will be suspended during works hours (19.00 – 05.00). Please note these suspensions will stay in place until gully cleansing is completed. No parking for residents on the highway in the areas covered by the enforcement signs.
Please note that penalty charge notices (PCN’s) will be applied to vehicles parked within the suspended areas during the works hours and/or vehicles relocated. Due to the above we would urge all residents to ensure that their vehicles are moved from the suspended areas in order to avoid any delays to the works as well as incurring any charges.
Pedestrian access will not be affected.
Information boards will be in place before the works commence, advising of the precise dates and times of the road closure.
Please however note that unforeseen circumstances (e.g. inclement weather conditions) may necessitate a change to the scheduled dates and information on road signs will be changed accordingly. Please check the road signs regularly for any updates.
Due to the nature of these works it is inevitable that some disruption will occur. For this reason it is recommended that where possible you use alternative routes, or allow extra time to complete your journey.
As the four tests of easing lockdown are said to be met, the government is continuing to take steps to ease lockdown rules.
Therefore, from 19 July:
- No limits on how many people can meet
- 1m-plus guidance removed (except in some places like hospitals and passport control when entering)
- Face coverings no longer required by law, although the government has advised people to wear them in crowded and enclosed spaces such as shops and on public transport
Events and gatherings
- Nightclubs can reopen
- Pubs and restaurants no longer table-service only
- No limits on guests at weddings and funerals
- No limits on people attending concerts, theatres or sports events
- No restrictions on communal worship
- Limits on visitors to care homes will be removed.
- From 16 August, most Covid restrictions in schools – including “bubbles” – will end.
- From the same date, fully vaccinated adults will not need to self-isolate after contact with a positive case.
If you are travelling to/through Central Croydon, please be aware that due to an emergency collapsed sewer, Thames Water have closed Scarbrook Road.
Displaced traffic will be diverted locally. Thames Water endeavour to complete these works on 29/07/2021, however due to the nature of emergency works this may change.
To find out the latest news on what is being planned in your local area, check out our latest Planning Report with up-to-date information on Planning Applications including developments in:
- The Glade
- Orchard Avenue
- Orchard Way
- Shirley Avenue
- Shirley Road
- Wickham Road
- Woodmere Avenue and Woodmere Gardens.
With the latest information on suggestions in ways to hold Local Planning Authorities to account.
Also, take a look at the MORA Planning App, which gives you an easy way to track all the current and recent planning applications within the MORA area. It’s simple to use and free for you to access.
With just 100 days to go until Croydon goes to the polls on 7 October, the momentum around a democratically-elected mayor is gathering pace.
Thousands of Croydon residents have viewed our video setting out the need for a Croydon mayor, while households across the borough have received a leaflet, thanks to our growing team of volunteers.
DEMOC, the resident-led Campaign for a Democratically Elected Mayor of Croydon, is focussed on building a bright, positive future for the borough. A mayor offers a fresh start and an opportunity for Croydon to fulfil its potential. However, the campaign also acknowledges that the current state of Croydon’s governance and financial management is difficult to ignore.
Gerry Meredith-Smith, DEMOC’s chair, said: “Every week there are yet more revelations and allegations about the mishandling of the Council’s affairs – and it’s us, the residents of the borough, who suffer. Services for some of the most vulnerable in the borough – children, the elderly, those with complex needs – are already being scaled back. It’s shameful. Croydon deserves better. We deserve proper leadership, proper transparency around decision-making, and proper respect. That’s what a democratically-elected mayor can give us.”
In just 100 days, Croydon residents will have the opportunity to shape the borough’s future. If you would like to get involved with the campaign, get in touch at DEMOCInfo@democ.org.uk and follow us on Facebook