We look after more than 74,000 kilometres of pipes across our network. Making sure these pipes deliver your gas safely and reliably means that we need to upgrade or repair them at times. We know that roadworks can be frustrating, but our essential work keeps you, your family and local community safe.
Roadworks in your area
You can find more about our work in your area by searching on one.network (please note that this is a third party website). You can search for both current and future work by changing the dates in the location search bar. You’ll need to sign up for a free one.network account to see our planned work starting in more than two weeks’ time.
We have a number of helpful frequently asked questions at the bottom of this page, under the Help & Advice heading.
Emergency gas pipe repairs
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. Sometimes we have to start work before the information filters through to our map. When that happens, we’ll add that information here.
Wednesday 29 July - Crewe Road South, Edinburgh
We're carrying out urgent repairs to our gas network in Crewe Road South at its junction with Carrington Road.
We had originally installed temporary traffic lights to safely carry out this repair, but we've now needed to close Crewe Road South in both directions around our site. Signed diversions are in place for affected motorists.
Friday 24 July - Garscube Road Glasgow
We've completed our emergency gas network repairs in Garscube Road following third party damage yesterday.
We were able to safely reopen the road to motorists earlier.
Thanks for your patience while we carried out this essential work.
Thursday 23 July - Sturminster Newton, Copse Hill
Our engineers are carrying out urgent repairs to our gas network in Copse Hill, Broad Oak, Sturminster Newton.
For safety, Copse Hill is temporarily closed between Common Lane and Angers Lane. Access for residents will be maintained via the Common Lane end of the closure.
It’s too early to say at this stage how long repairs will take to complete. We’ll keep you updated here.
You can find more details about all our other emergency repairs at roadworks.org.