• 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.

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

     

    Friday 15 December - Mayles Lane, Fareham 

    We're carrying out emergency repairs to our gas main in Mayles Lane.

    To allow our engineers to work safely, we've had to close the road near its junction with Mayles Close. 

    Access for residents will be maintained at all times, and a signed diversion route is in place for motorists.

    We'll keep you updated here.

     

    Friday 15 December – Launton Road, Bicester

    Our engineers made great progress on site today and have completed a permanent repair to our gas main in Launton Road. The road has now been re-opened and three-way temporary traffic lights are in place to allow the road surface to be restored.

    The lights will be in place for the next few days to allow the road surface to set properly and we'll post a further update here when our work has progressed. 

     

    Thursday 14 December – A234 Crystal Palace Road, Crystal Palace SE26

    We’re working to repair our gas main in Crystal Palace Road, Crystal Palace. To keep everyone safe around our work area, we’ve temporarily closed Crystal Palace Road eastbound (in the direction of Penge) at its junction with the A212 Westwood Hill. A diversion will be in place for eastbound traffic. 

    This partial road closure is likely to remain in place over the weekend while we carry out our emergency repairs. We’ll provide a further update as work progresses.

     

    Thursday 7 December – Crofton Lane, Orpington

    Our engineers are carrying out emergency repairs to our gas network in Crofton Lane, Orpington. 

    We’ll be working between the junctions with Crofton Road and St Thomas Drive. To keep everyone safe around our work area, we’ve temporarily installed two-way traffic lights which will be manually controlled at peak times.We'll keep you updated on our progress here. At the moment, it's too early to say how long it will take to complete our work but we'll keep you updated here.

     

    Thursday 7 December – High Street, Aylesford

    Our engineers have completed our emergency repairs to our gas main in the High Street, Aylesford near Maidstone. We were able to finish our repair overnight and reopened the road early this morning. We need to carry out final reinstatement in the footway and this will be carried out at the earliest opportunity. We’d like to thank residents and motorists for their patience during this work.

     

    Thursday 7 December - Reading Road, Goring

    We've been carrying out emergency repairs to our gas main in this location. Temporary traffic lights have been in place to allow our engineers to work safely. However, as the road is so narrow, we've had to implement a full road closure. 

    A signed diversion route is in place for motorists and local access will be maintained. 

    We'll keep you updated on our progress here. 

     

    Wednesday 6 December – A23 Streatham High Road

    We're carrying out emergency repairs to our gas network in the A23 Streatham High Road at its junction with Gleneagle Road.

    To ensure the safety of the public and our engineers around our work area, we’ve had to close one lane of the northbound carriageway of the A23 Streatham High Road. A signed diversion is in place via Gleneagle Road and Ambleside Avenue.

    All being well, we hope to complete our repairs before the weekend.

     

    Tuesday 5 December – A211 Sidcup Hill/Hollytree Parade, Sidcup

    We're carrying out further emergency repairs to our gas network in Hollytree Parade, Sidcup. 

    To ensure the safety of the public and our engineers around our work area, we’ve had to install temporary four-way traffic lights at the junction with the A224 Cray Road, A211 Foots Cray High Street and Rectory Lane. Bus stop FU heading westbound into Sidcup has been temporarily closed.

    It's too early to say how long it will take to complete our work but we'll keep you updated here.

     

    Friday 1 December – Spicers Hill, Totton, SO40

    We need to make emergency repairs to our gas main in Spicers Hill, Totton. 

    To ensure the safety of motorists and our engineers, we’ll need to close the road between Jacobs Gutter Lane and Hounsdown Avenue from 8am on Monday 4 December. A signed diversion will be in place for motorists via Valley Road with access maintained for residents. All being well, we hope to complete our repairs in the week commencing 18 December.

    Please note the A35 Spicers Hill dual carriageway will remain open during our works which will be taking place in the Spicers Hill side road.

     

    Wednesday 29 November - Grange Hill, SE25

    We have to make emergency repairs to our gas main in Grange Hill, London. Due to the location of our main, we've had to temporarily close the road between its junctions with Gayfere Place and Glyn Close.

    It's too early to say how long it will take to complete our work but we'll keep you updated here.

     

    Monday 27 November - Dean Lane, Merstham

    Our emergency repairs to the gas main in Dean Road, Merstham are progressing well. 

    We’ll need to close the road between the A23 London Road North and Netherne Lane until Monday evening. A signed diversion is in place for motorists via Shepherd’s Hill and Alderstead Lane with access maintained for residents.