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messageJarvis Road roadworks
Posted by pecksniff October 20, 11:02PM

Does anyone know when the roadworks on Jarvis Road are due to be completed ? Some nearby neighbours Received notification that the works would be carried out Oct 1st - 2nd but they are still ongoing with no update.

messageRe: Jarvis Road roadworks
Posted by James Barber October 22, 06:10PM

Hi pecksnff,
You can see road works across London here - []
It is not a great website - overly sensitive map function.
It shows on Jarvis Road 1 October to 2 November Southwark council plan to replace the pavement and build a raised table.
it also shows 18-24 October Thames Water doing 6" mains and 5m of road being dug up.

former Liberal Democrat Councillor for East Dulwich Ward

messageRe: Jarvis Road roadworks
Posted by KateFord October 22, 10:47PM

Poor Jarvis Road. It seems that it has been dug up and re-laid every few weeks for the last two years as the work is constant. Not sure if its to do with the pavement/Thames Water/energy suppliers or nearby school build though?

messageRe: Jarvis Road roadworks
Posted by pecksniff November 07, 04:30PM

Hi James

Checked the site and noticed the works have now been extended by two weeks. Seems strange to be installing a raised table on such a small road. However the main concern is whether parking will still be available on this stretch of road once the school / hospital are open.

messageRe: Jarvis Road roadworks
Posted by pecksniff November 25, 12:53PM

The new resurfacing has just been completed and looks very nice but in the process at least four parking spaces have been lost and there was no consultation on this.

messageRe: Jarvis Road roadworks
Posted by bels123 November 25, 02:05PM

Think it's reduced it by just 2 spaces, 1 each side. I've been told that this is to allow a fire engine to be able to turn into the new entrance, so essential. I don't know, but assume the council doesn't have to consult for those kind of safety changes.

messageRe: Jarvis Road roadworks
Posted by James Barber November 25, 03:08PM

It has to consult.

messageRe: Jarvis Road roadworks
Posted by Lucy.Smith66 December 03, 11:07AM

Does anyone know if the spaces will be removed permanently when the entrance is used on a temporary basis for the school or will they stay? It's been a real struggle to park while the roadworks were going on but has eased now it's open again. Thanks

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