Find out about the council’s plans to improve streets throughout the borough.
We regularly undertake works to improve the condition of footways and carriageways within the borough. By undertaking planned improvement works, we will improve the condition of Lambeth’s roads and footpaths. In this guide you will find the list of works being undertaken, as well as answers to some frequently asked questions.
Sections in this guide (click title to view)
- 1. The roads being improved in 2017/18
- 2. Principal Road Network resurfacing
- 3. Register for updates
- 4. More information on this project
1. The roads being improved in 2017/18
Please view the list of roads being improved under the HIP..
2. Principal Road Network resurfacing
In addition to the roads being resurfaced under the HIP programme Lambeth Council also invest in maintaining its Principal Road Network (PRN) to keep them in the best possible condition for all road users.
|Street Name||Exact Location of Works||Start Date||End Date||Time of work||Type of Work|
|Denmark Hill||Whole Road within Lambeth boundary||10/04/2017||12/04/2017||Day||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Herne Hill||Herne Hill - junction with half moon lane to Kestrel Avenue||27/03/2017||29/03/2017||Night||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Herne Hill||Herne Hill - J/O Herne Hill Rd / Red Post Hill||03/05/17||04/05/2017||Night||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Herne Hill||Herne Hill - Gubyon Ave - Rollscourt Avenue||01/04/2017||02/04/2017||Day||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Knights Hill||Knights Hill - Ernest Ave zebra crossing to Wolfington Road||23/04/2017||24/04/2017||Night||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Knights Hill||Knights Hill - Junction with crown dale to Norwood FIre Station||03/04/2017||06/04/2017||Night||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Streatham Common North||Streatham High Road to End of Memorial Park||13/04/2017||14/04/2017||Night||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Denmark Hill||Whole Road within Lambeth boundary||13/03/2017||05/05/2017||Day||Footway resurfacing|
|Acre Lane||Sections from Kings Avenue to Brixton Road||10/04/2017||31/08/2017||Day||Footway resurfacing|
|Cedars Road||Section from Cedars Mews to Wandsworth Road||22/08/2017||26/08/2017||Day & Night||Carriageway resurfacing|
3. Register for updates
You can register for updates using our HIP Lambeth survey
4. More information on this project
How are the roads chosen?
Extensive surveys of all the roads in the borough are undertaken every year. Engineers assess not only the condition of the road but also their proximity to important local services like schools, hospitals or places of worship. Each road is given a score and those which score highest are actioned.
Why wasn’t my road chosen?
Each road is given careful consideration. However, we need to prioritise the roads and footpaths which have the greatest need for resurfacing. It might be the case that your road will be chosen in the next year’s programme.
How can I nominate a road?
You can nominate roads via your local Councillor. To find your local councillor see Find your local councillor.
Can I get involved?
Yes you can. Although the roads have been selected, if you think there is more we could do then register in Section 2 and send us a message. You can also take advantage of Lambeth Councils schemes for residents:
How will you let me know about the works?
Residents in affected roads will be notified with a letter in advance of any works due to take place. The contractor who will be undertaking the work will also send out a letter ten days in advance that will advise you if you need to do anything. Updates will be provided via email to those who register.
Will my road be closed during the works?
This depends on a few factors like the size of the road, and the type of work being undertaken. If your road will need to be closed, then you will be notified in advance. Closed roads will be clearly signed, and all efforts will be made to minimise disruption.
Will the bus services be affected?
In all cases we will try to keep roads open during the works so there should be no change to the bus services. However, if a road has to be closed or a bus stop moved, then Lambeth Council will work closely with TFL to minimise disruption.