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December 18, 2022

South Parade is to be closed for two days this week for resurfacing and some congestion is expected in the Bedford Park area.

The work on Wednesday 21 December and Thursday 22 December between 8am and 5pm was originally due to take place in October as part of a broader project to improve kerbs and pavements in the area. The work had to be cancelled due to delays in completion of the Cromwell Road Rail Bridge project on the A4.

The road will be shut from the junction with Acton Lane by the Duke of Sussex pub and the mini roundabout by Fishers Lane.

Ealing Council has stated categorically that the access restrictions by the Fishers Lane underpass will not be suspended.

Access to Ramillies Road, Rusthall Avenue & St Albans Avenue will not be permitted through South Parade and traffic, including the 94 bus, will divert via The Avenue, Southfield Road and Acton Lane.

The work is dependent on weather conditions but, at this stage, freezing weather is not predicted for this time. Ealing Council says that the timing remains provisional and signs on site will confirm the date it is due to be completed.

All parking within the works area will be suspended and any vehicles parked in the working area will be relocated to a neighbouring street. They will not be returned to their original position once the works are complete.


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