Thames Water are in the process of hand delivering letters to the immediate vicinity of recent water leaks, which will include Leigham Vale, Palace Road and the affected part of Norwood Road.
In regards to continued leaks in the local area Thames Water have carried out repairs at the following locations:
Half Moon Lane (small leak near Herne Hill) not on Norwood road although traffic may have been impacted. Now complete.
Tulse Hill (leak on trunk main) single lane closure on Tulse Hill, again may have impacted traffic but no work on Norwood road.
Palace Road/Norwood road junction (leak on 7”) main. Have been working since Friday but have had some challenges repairing the leak. We have a team on site working to repair this and hope re-open the road as quickly as possible.
Thames Water are currently carrying out multiple repairs on the Lambeth network. To enable these works to happen Thames Water have had to either install temporary traffic lights or implement Lane/Road closures (see list below). This may cause delays at peak times and Thames Water advise residents, where possible, to seek an alternative route.
As the Central and Southern London rep for the Thames Flooding and Coastal Committee Cllr J Brathwaite will be raising these repairs at the next committee meeting. In the meantime she will also be writing to the CEO of Thames Water for an explanation.
Coldharbour Lane – Westbound directional closure between the junction of Atlantic Road and Brixton Road 01/02/2017 – TBC
Shakespeare Road – Closed at the junction with Coldharbour Lane, Access only 31/01/2017 – TBC
Leigham Vale – Closed at the junction with Palace Road to Railway bridge, Access only 09/12/2016 – TBC
Half Moon Lane – Temporary 4 phase traffic lights at the junction with Dulwich Road 31/01/2017 – TBC
Norwood Road – Temporary 4 phase traffic lights at the junction with Croxted Road 31/01/2017 – TBC
Brixton Road (TFL) – Northbound lane closure opposite Brixton Station Road. Ferndale Road Closed 31/01/2017 – TBC
Tulse Hill – Northbound directional closure at the junction with the South Circular 04/02/2017 – 05/02/2017
Thames Water are investigating a leak on one of their pipes on Tulse Hill.
They have a number of teams currently working on contingency plans with regards to turning off the main and the repair. They are aiming to have these plans in place within the next 24 hours so that they can then begin the repair job.
Residents should not experience any interruption to their water supply.
In terms of customer disruption they have two-way traffic lights in place on the junction between Tulse Hill and S.Circular Road.
In order to carry out the full repair, they will need to close a road and will be working very closely with Lambeth council in order to ensure that causes as little disruption as possible.
They are keen to reassure residents that they are working hard to ensure the leak in the pipe does not get worse.