Lambeth Council is monitoring Thames Water’s management of the works to minimise disruption and ensure they are completed as soon as possible. We are working to ensure people can still access Leigham Court Road while the repairs are ongoing.
Local traffic diversions are now in place and all properties remain accessible. However, motor vehicles cannot turn left onto Leigham Court Road until the emergency works have been completed.
The unplanned works are taking place near the Streatham Wells Low Traffic Neighbourhood, which is now in operation. The LTN has launched today (Monday) and traffic restrictions should be observed.
Lambeth Council is working with Thames Water to ensure they complete the works as soon as possible
Why is this happening?
Thames Water are completing emergency works on Leigham Court Road close to the junction near Streatham Hill Station.
What does this for local traffic?
Properties remain accessible however cars cannot turn left onto Leigham Court Road.
- If you live within the blue area of the Streatham Wells LTN map, please continue southbound down the A23 (Streatham High Road) and turn onto Streatham Common North (A214). From here you can access Leigham Court Road from the south.
- If you live within the purple area of the Streatham Wells LTN map, your journey remains unaffected.
- If you live within the red area of the Streatham Wells LTN map, your journey remains unaffected.
- If you live within the yellow area of the Streatham Wells LTN map, your journey remains unaffected.
Note – Leigham Court Road has now fully reopened and the works have been completed [26/10/2023]