A diversion will be in place via Swakeleys Road B467/ High Road B466/Ickenham Road/ High Street/ Bury Street A4180/ Breakspear Road.
FROM HS2: As part of their ongoing pledge to keeping communities informed about the planning and delivery of the HS2 project, HS2 are introducing a number of improvements to how they share information with you.
This is a reminder that we’re moving your local website within the HS2 website
This summer we will be moving the contents of this website over to the ‘In your area’ section of the main HS2 website. We are also changing the way that we issue email updates about the project and giving you more choice about how you would like to receive information from us.
We have published local community landing pages for each section of the route between London, the West Midlands and Crewe. These provide information about the HS2 route within each area. Over the coming weeks we will be adding further pages and information to each area.
We are aiming to complete this exercise next month (July) and will write to you again to confirm this nearer the time.
Join the HS2 mailing list to continue to receive updates from HS2 about the project
We will no longer be using this website or Commonplace to issue email updates to you. Instead, we are asking that you sign up to receive information from HS2 directly. We will continue to produce regular updates about the project, including notifications of our upcoming works, how it’s being constructed and what we’re doing to make it less disruptive.
If you would like to continue to receive updates from HS2 you can sign up for email notifications at engagement.hs2.org.uk/join-mailing-list. We will ask you to confirm your email address as part of the sign-up process.
The personal information you provide will be handled in accordance with current data protection legislation and only used for the purposes for which you have provided it.
Find out more about what we will do to keep your information safe in our Personal information charter.
Contact us if you have any questions
If you have any questions about these changes or would like some help signing up to receive email updates from us please contact our HS2 Helpdesk team, available all day, every day on 08081 434 434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have been informed that the London Borough of Hillingdon will have a full road closure at Breakspear Road South on Monday 14 -21 June 2021, (for one week) to carry out resurfacing works from the south of the Chiltern Line bridge to Swakeleys junction.
As a result of these works, the SCS site team at Breakspear Road South have cancelled their works planned for next week. (Notice of works for the U46 footpath road crossing HS2-EW-SCS-Ph1-Ar-So-S1-Traf-33-14/06/2021):
HS2 will be carrying out works near the U46 footpath. These works will allow them to prepare the area for the U46 Breakspear Road South footpath crossing.
The works are located in close proximity to the road. For safety reasons, they require temporary traffic management to be in place for the duration of these works.
From 17 May 2021, HS2 will be carrying out utility surveys and utility connection along Harvil Road as part of the road realignment works. Temporary traffic management and lane closures will be required to ensure the works can be carried out safely.
They will work during off peak hours and out of hours where possible to minimise disruption.
They do not expect services to be interrupted however the utility company concerned will provide pre-notification to affected households if an interruption becomes necessary.
For further information please see HS2 works notification.
If you have a question about HS2 or their works,
please contact HS2 Helpdesk team on 08081 434 434 or email email@example.com.
HS2 have produced an interactive map showing the works they are carrying out:
HS2 interactive map of works
Please note that the map does NOT include works being carried out for HS2 by UK power networks (i.e. it does not include any of the works in Eastcote)
There is also a text only view
HS2 have also advised revised dates for works:
Harvil Road Lane closure: (utility works from 19 to 30 April 2021). They have rearranged these dates and the works will now take place from 26 to 30 April 2021.
For further information please see updated works notification.
Night work near the Chiltern Line: (sheet piling works from 1 to 16 April 2021). They have rearranged these dates and the works will now take place from 3 to 15 May.
For further information please see updated works notification.
Notice of night works at West End Road: (utility surveys from 13 to 16 April 2021). They have rearranged these dates and the surveys will now take place from 26 April to 5 May 2021.
For further information please see our update works notification.
Advance Notices have been placed on the street giving the actual start date.
The hours of working will be 8.00 am to 5.00 pm, (Monday to Saturday ).
The start date and duration period may be subject to change due to prevailing weather conditions or unforeseen issues.
TEMPORARY RESTRICTION OF TRAFFIC
(HIGH ROAD, EASTCOTE) ORDER 2021
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14(1)
1. Hillingdon Council gives notice that to enable main renewal works to be
carried out by Affinity Water and to prevent the likelihood of danger to the
public it made this Order, which will temporarily close High Road, Eastcote
from the junction of Catlin’s Lane to the junction of Larkswood Rise.
2. Diversion route will be in place Cuckoo Hill, Rickmansworth Road, Pinner
Road, Joel Street, High Road and Vice Versa.
Nothing in the Order shall apply to prevent vehicular access to premises on or
adjacent to the prohibited length of road insofar as access is reasonably
practicable without interference with the said works.
3. The temporary restriction will be in operation between 08:00hrs on the 15th
May 2021 to 17:30hrs, on the 16th May 2021 and to such extent as indicated
by traffic signs prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General
Directions 2002. Road users should assume that the closure has been put
into effect only if traffic signs have been erected stating that the road has
been closed and the diversion route, if necessary is in place.
4. The Order, which is proposed will come into operation on 15th May 2021, will
continue in force for eighteen months or until work to which it relates is
completed. However it is anticipated that the works will be completed within 2
Dated this 6 day of April 2021
Director of Infrastructure, Building Services & Transport
from HS2: Off-peak and overnight survey works on M25, Denham to Maple Cross. HS2 contractors Align JV will be carrying out temporary survey works on the M25 on both the clockwise and anticlockwise carriageways between Junction 16 (Denham Interchange) and Junction 17 (Maple Cross
Interchange). The survey work, which will be carried out in phases during the daytime and overnight, will last for about three weeks. Works will start on Monday 12 April and are planned until Monday 3 May 2021. Details of the phasing, dates and carriageways affected are listed in the attached: M25 Align surveyworks April21 AWN.docx
HS2 will require additional time to complete the works – extending by one week, and additionally a night time full road closure on 29 March. This is to ensure that the installation of traffic barriers and bell mouth access can be carried out safely.
This is an update to a previous notification sent in February 2021. For further information please see the updated works notification.
If you have a question about HS2 or our works, please contact our HS2 Helpdesk team on 08081 434 434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Power Networks works in the highway
During the start of the Covid-19 outbreak, UK Power Networks, in conjunction with both Harrow and Hillingdon London Boroughs, prioritised work at road junctions due to vehicle numbers being significantly reduced in the area. Works are nearly complete for the duct installation. We are now moving into the joint bay works.
Joint Bays and Cable Pulling starting feb 2021
Once these works for installing ducts are complete, we will have to come back at 14 locations across the route to install our cable. The places we will be revisiting will be approximately 50m in length each and will be there around a month at a time. The planned start date is February 2021 in Harrow and we will work towards Hillingdon opening two joint bays at a time to allow for the cable pull between the two. These works area planned to continue until June 2021.
Letter drops will be provided for affected residents and businesses in the area.
At present we are carrying out 11kV cable pulling works in Clacks Lane in order to power the site supplies for the UK Power Networks substation and SCS welfare at the West Ruislip TBM portal. These works will allow a number of the generators on site to be removed.
The joint bays can be found at the these locations. Planned dates for 2021 are below:
Transformer deliveries – West Ruislip TBM Portal
As part of the substation installation, we will have 2no. Electrical Voltage Transformers delivered to our site. These transformers will change the incoming voltage from 33kV down to 11kV so that we can eventually power the Tunnel Boring Machines at their required voltages.
Our transformers will be delivered at the weekend as they are coming directly from their delivery port, as they have been shipped from overseas. They are delivered through the night due to the load and will arrive at the West Ruislip portal in the morning in each instance. The works to install these transformers will be carried out across the following weekends:
Transformer 1 delivery: Saturday 13th March and Sunday 14th March
Transformer 2 delivery: Saturday 27th March and Sunday 28th March
At present, these dates are planned with our suppliers, however should there be any changes to the delivery due to freight passing the UK border we will update all residents and businesses accordingly.