There are several major transport initiatives under way that affect Eastcote Residents:
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Recent Transport News
Update: Breakspear Road South closed to motorists from 6am Saturday 31 August until 8pm on Saturday 14 September
As planned there will be a further full road closure for 15 days, starting Saturday 31 August at 6am to ... Read more
Update: Breakspear Road South reopens to motorists from 8pm Friday 16 August until 6am on Saturday 31 August
The first phase of the works at Breakspear Road South has been completed as planned. The road will be open ... Read more
Trial holes have been planned to take place along the length of the proposed TBM power supply route starting in Rayners Lane and moving westwards to West Ruislip. The trial holes, which are around 1m square in size, should only take a day to complete.
HS2 ... Read more
High Road Eastcote is currently closed due to a burst water main.
We have been advised that the earliest this will re-open is Sunday.
Diversions are in place but allow extra time for your journey.Read more
HS2 and UKPN have recently signed a contract for UKPN to provide the power supply, which is necessary to run the equipment HS2 need to bore the tunnel from West Ruislip back to Old Oak Common. In order to supply this power for the Tunnel ... Read more
ERA was involved in a recent consultation by RAF Northolt and we have received this feedback: rafnortholt jun 2019Read more
HS2 have now set up a page on their Commonplace website dedicated to the TBM Power supply: click here – you can sign up to receve weekly updates at the bottom of that page.Read more
Many thanks to all who were involved in ... Read more
Eastcote Residents have worked with other local groups to engage with HS2. We have just sent the following (attached here in full)
To: Mark Thurston – Chief Executive, HS2
Julie King – Community Engagement Director, HS2
24 May 2019
Ref: Complete ... Read more
ERA attended the HS2 surgery held at Ickenham Library on Monday 4th February 2019 and asked that HS2 organise a surgery at Eastcote Library and also arrange a presentation to Eastcote Residents at a local Eastcote venue in the near future. They have agreed to ... Read more