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Brent Cross Road to be closed for station upgrades UK News

The construction of a new footbridge to the Brent Cross station development is expected to result in a temporary road closure lasting a total of five weeks from early next month.

A notice from the London Borough of Barnet in this week’s edition Barnet borough hours declares that the closure of a section of Geron Way is necessary to allow crane navigation.

The road is expected to be closed between its junction with the access to the north parking lot of Brent Cross Retail Park and a point approximately 210 meters southeast of the junction while construction is in progress.

The closing order will begin at 12:01 am on Sunday July 4 and is expected to last five weeks. However, the restrictions will only be in place from July 4 to July 16 and from July 29 to August 2.

In addition to the closure, temporary waiting and loading restrictions at any time will be introduced on both sides of Geron Way in the section of the road affected by the closure.

The alternate route for motorists will be through Edgware Road (south-eastbound), Edgware Road (north-eastbound) and the Staples Corner roundabout.

Until then, further crane work is expected to result in the closure of Winnington Road, between Nos 56 and 60, from 8 a.m. on Saturday for two days.

If the work does not start on Saturday, the notice indicates that it will start on July 3 or July 10.

The detour during closure will be via Winnington Road, Ingram Avenue, Wildwood Road, Meadway, Holne Chase, Winnington Road and vice versa.

Northolm, at its junction with Gibbs Green, is also expected to be closed for five days from 8 a.m. Monday for road works.

Access for residents will be maintained during this period.

For more details on these and other notices, see the public notices section of our website.

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This notice was published: 2021-06-24 06:00:00

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