Planned roadworks and street works

Our interactive map shows roadworks, which are planned, in progress and completed in your local area.

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COVID-19: Roads and transport

All non-essential highway works have now either been completed or postponed.  Letters will be sent to residents with revised programme dates once these are known.   

All highway emergencies will continue to be attended and made safe as soon as possible after they are received.  Faults can continue to be reported on line, however, due to staff shortages our normal response  times may be extended.

Highway Maintenance Programme 2020/21

The tables below give details about planned road and footpath improvements to be carried out in the borough.

Carriageway resurfacing work
Street name Area
Riverside Drive Ham, P & R.R
Lower Teddington Road Hampton Wick
Percy Road  Hampton  
Hardwicke Road Ham, P & R.R
Craneford Way Smnt
Acacia Road Hampton North
St Leonards Road North Richmond
Hospital Br Road (Service Road) Whitton
Ferrymoor Ham, P & R.R
Verdun Road Barnes
Footway improvement works
Street name Area
Oak Avenue Hampton North
Ellerman Avenue Heathfield 
Priory Road Hampton
Rectory Grove Hampton North
Sunbury Avenue East Sheen
Ryecroft Avenue Heathfield 
Twining Avenue West Twickenham
Cardinals Walk Hampton
Heathside Heathfield 
Selkirk Road West Twickenham
Percy Road Hampton
Waverley Avenue Heathfield 
Broad Lane Hampton North
Ham Street Hprr
Fielding Avenue West Twickenham
Temple Sheen Road East Sheen
Barnes Avenue Barnes
Stephenson Road Whitton
Udney Park Road Hampton Wick
Kings Road South Richmond
Whitton Road Smnt
Townshend Terrace North Richmond
Poulett Gardens South Twickenham
Sunnyside Road Fulwell and Hampton Hill
Bolton Gardens Teddington
Marksbury Avenue Kew
Cross Street Mortlake and Barnes Common
St Stephens Grds Twickenham Riverside

Thermal road repairs

This is a new method of repairing the road surface using a thermal heating process to reheat and repair the existing asphalt surface. This repair process has many benefits; it is more environmentally friendly, has a reduced carbon footprint and delivers better value.

The thermal technology allows contractors to heat the existing damaged road material until it is soft enough to be reshaped as a partial filling for the pothole, speeding repair times by up to 40%. By reheating the existing road surface, there will be no need to remove the old material, which greatly reduces the disposal of waste material and the amount of new asphalt material required. In addition, carbon emissions are reduced by removing the need for power tools which use fossil fuels. This also means the new thermal method is quieter and more suitable for repairs in areas of the borough where noise pollution is an issue.

Thermal road repairs timetable
Street name Area Proposed start date
Mowbray Road Ham Ongoing
Sheridan Road Ham 25/1/2021
Stretton Road Ham 27/1/2021


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Updated: 20 January 2021