• Emergency repairs

     


    Transporting gas is a day-to-day essential service. Pipelines are largely out of sight and mostly out of mind, but when repairs are needed or pipes need to be upgraded, we have to dig up roads or footpaths. When upgrading pipes or installing a new connection, we can plan the roadworks in advance, but when safety is at stake we must respond quickly and efficiently, and this may mean having to carry out streetworks at very short notice or at night.

    We are sorry about the inconvenience caused and thank road users for their patience while essential emergency works are carried out. 

     

     

    Monday 15 October – B3058 Bashley Road, New Milton

    From tomorrow morning (Tuesday 16), we’ll be carrying out urgent investigative work to our gas network in the B3058 Bashley Road area of New Milton.

    Our engineers will be carrying out work at Bashley Road’s junction with the B3055 Sway Road, Fernhill Lane and Bashley Cross Road. To ensure everyone’s safety and to manage traffic flow around our work area, we’ll need to install temporary four-way traffic lights at the roundabout.

    Following our investigations, we’ll carry out the required repairs to our gas main.

    We’ll provide an update to our progress on Wednesday 17 October.


    Friday 12 October - Station Road West, Oxted 

    We'll shortly be carrying out urgent work to our gas network in the Station Road West area of Oxted.

    From around 1pm today (Friday), our engineers will be carrying out repairs to our gas main in Station Road West at its junction with East Hill Road and Church Lane. We need to install temporary four-way traffic lights to ensure everyone's safety and manage traffic flow around our site.

    We'll be using specialist equipment to complete our repair as quickly and safely as possible to minimise disruption. We expect our work to continue into the weekend and we'll keep you updated on our progress here.


    Thursday 11 October - A205 Waldram Crescent, Forest Hill (SE23)  

    We're carrying out emergency repairs to our gas network in Waldram Crescent, Forest Hill.

    Our engineers are working to repair our gas main between its junctions with Devonshire Road and Waldram Place. To ensure everyone's safety and manage traffic flow, we've installed temporary two-way traffic lights around our work area.

    It's still too early to say how long our repairs will take, but we'll keep you updated here.


    Wednesday 10 October – Wimbledon Park Road, Southfields  

    Repairs to our gas main in Replingham Road and upgrades to nearby pipes in Wimbledon Park Road are ongoing. We’re making good progress and we’re carrying out our work as quickly and safely as possible to minimise disruption.

    While our engineers repair the network, Replingham Road remains closed between Wimbledon Park Road and Elsenham Street for everyone’s safety. A signed diversion via Merton Road and Granville Road is in place for motorists.

    We’ve also installed temporary three-way traffic lights on Wimbledon Park Road at its junction with Augustus Road, to ensure everyone’s safety and manage traffic flow around our work area. Following recent issues with our temporary traffic lights at this junction, we’ll now be monitoring them 24 hours a day until our project is completed to avoid further disruption. We'd like to politely remind motorists to observe our traffic management in place for everyone's safety and to avoid further disruption to journeys.

    All being well, we expect to complete our work in the area by the end of October. We’ll post another update here next week.


    Wednesday 10 October - Town Quay, Southampton  

    From 8pm on Thursday 11 October, we'll be carrying out urgent repairs to our gas network in Town Quay, Southampton.

    Our engineers will be working in Town Quay between its junctions with High Street and Lower Canal Walk. To ensure everyone's safety around our work area, we'll need to close the inside lane of the eastbound carriageway between these junctions while we make the repairs.

    All being well, we expect to complete our repairs and reopen the inside lane to eastbound motorists by Friday morning (12 October).


    Tuesday 9 October - Campbell Street (B7038), Kilmarnock     

    We're continuing to carry out emergency repairs to our gas network in the Campbell Street (B7038) area of Kilmarnock.

    To ensure everyone's safety, temporary three-way traffic lights remain in place at Campbell Street's junction with Holmquarry Road and Low Glencairn Street. These lights will be manually operated between 7am and 7pm to help manage traffic flow. We've also put lane restrictions in place for southbound motorists on Campbell Street, near the junction.

    To help improve traffic flow along the B7038, we've also closed Old Street at its junction with Campbell Street.

    Our engineers are making good progress and, all going well, hope to complete repairs and restore the road surface by Monday 15 October. The temporary lights can then be removed however, Old Street will remain closed for a further week.