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Upcoming High Street Works


Bromley Council has advised that its contractor, Riney, will be closing parts of the high street to traffic over a two-week period in order to make repairs to the road. The works are scheduled to be carried out over three phases.

The council has provided the information below.


Phase 1: Speed Table Outside Natwest Bank (Homefield Rise junction)

Starting Tuesday 07th May

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The road will be closed at the junction of Homefield Rise from Tuesday 07/05 until Friday 10/05.

Traffic will be diverted via Homefield Rise, Gravel Pit Way and Spur Road in both directions.

There will be periods of lack of site presence whilst the materials cure before traffic can drive over it.

Access is available to businesses on either side of the closure point, access to Knoll Rise will be maintained via the War Memorial roundabout.


Phase 2: Speed Table at War Memorial Junction & Zebra Crossing

Starting Tuesday 14th May

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The road will be closed at the junction of the War Memorial roundabout from Tuesday 14/05 until Friday 17/05

Traffic will be diverted via Homefield Rise, Gravel Pit Way and Spur Road in both directions.

There will be periods of lack of site presence whilst the materials cure before traffic can drive over it.

Access is available to businesses on either side of the closure point, access to Knoll Rise will be maintained via the Homefield Rise roundabout.


Phase 3: Homefield Rise at the junction with Orpington High Street

Starting Tuesday 21st May

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Temporary 3-way traffic signals will be in place on the Homefield Rise / Orpington High Street roundabout from Tuesday 21/05 until Friday 24/05.

There will be periods of lack of site presence whilst the materials cure before traffic can drive over it.

Access is available to businesses at all times, but there may be traffic delays with the temporary signals in place.

For more information on activity during these works please contact Riney via enquiries@jbriney.co.uk 

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