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- News - June 2012
- No risk to pupils from small amount of asbestos found buried in school grounds
- Learn first aid - you could save a life!
- Bexley Business Awards launched to celebrate local businesses
- More than 100 local jobs secured by move to former Council offices
- Council questions healthcare chief executive
- Community library opens in Bexley Village
- All change to the education leaving age
- You can be part of London 2012!
- Incentive to recycle
- Partnership success results in funds for local projects
- Planning application submitted for Woodside at Colyers
- Dancing in the streets of Bexley
- Local athletes going for gold
- Attendance success for Bexley
- Time to apply for Sporting Best
- Pass on unused clothes and textiles
- Pedal power is coming to Bexley this summer
- Council steps up campaign for a Waitrose store in Sidcup
- Campaign success for Bexley's children in care
- Council's website launches 'Young Bexley'
- Council invites comments on Slade Green schools proposals
- The Great British Story comes to Hall Place
- A Diamond Celebration in Bexley
- Crook Log roadworks set to continue
Crook Log roadworks set to continue
6 June 2012
Roadworks are set to continue in the Crook Log area this month and will resume again in mid/late September - after the Olympic Games.
Work is currently underway to repair the footways in the Crook Log area and this will continue until Friday 8 June.
On Monday 11 June two-way lights will be put in place outside 31 Crook Log, near Dallin Road, so that a collapsed sewer beneath the carriageway on the south side of the road can be repaired. This vital work could not be carried out earlier because it conflicted with work to replace the gas main. Sewerage has been removed by tanker for several months and the opportunity is now being taken to carry out the repairs.
Transport for London has placed an embargo on roadworks which may cause traffic problems during the Olympic and Paralympics Games.
Further work will start on 10 September, after the Olympics, when the carriageway between Danson Road and Upton Road will be resurfaced. This work will be carried out in the evenings, starting at 7pm, and is expected to take five weeks.
The Crook Log area has been affected by traffic disruption for many months, initially due to the need to replace a number of gas mains. The works have been managed by the Council to ensure that the area is left in the best possible condition at the end of all the works and to help traffic flow as smoothly as possible.