Us too - judging by twitter a massive burst water main between Grove and Horniman - the one that is constantly getting fixed. I hope not off too long - have tweeted Thames Water seems to be the best way of getting a response in previous instances.
'SE22 - We're working hard in your area
Last updated 4th Febuary, 2019 - 12:00am.
We're working hard on site.
Our specialist engineers have now arrived in Lordship Lane and we are working hard to get your water supply back to normal as quick as possible. As soon as we have an update, we'll let you know.
If you need an extra helping hand find out how our Priority Services (https://www.thameswater.co.uk/help-and-advice/customer-commitment/priority-services) can help. We're always here to talk about your needs, whether they are medical, financial or something else.
We'll be posting updates here, so check back when you can for the latest news.'
They just posted an estimated 4 hour fix time from 15.00...
SE22 - We're working hard in your area
Last updated 4th Febuary, 2019 - 15:00pm.
We've found a burst pipe in Lordship Lane.
A burst pipe is causing low water pressure and no water in SE22. Our specialist engineers are now working hard to fix this a quickly as possible, which we estimate will take around 4 hours.
We've also put together some practical advice to help you understand the problem:
What causes burst pipes (http://www.thameswater.co.uk/help-and-advice/cold-weather/why-our-pipes-burst)
What to do if your pipes freeze (http://www.thameswater.co.uk/help-and-advice/cold-weather/what-to-do-if-pipes-freeze)
how can you protect your home if your area is affected (http://www.thameswater.co.uk/help-and-advice/cold-weather/prepare-your-home)
We'll be posting updates here, so check back when you can for the latest news.
I reported that leak at the Northcrofts houses four days in a row (about two weeks ago) before they came out to do what they described as a “temporary fix”. I wonder if this is related to that. Either way, they were really slow to deal with it and it was only when I sent them a video of water pouring down the hill that they swung into action. Sigh.
LORDSHIP LANE, SE22: Routes 176 185 and 197 are diverted until 2000 Sunday 10 February via Barry Road, Peckham Rye, Forest Hill Road and Honor Oak Road due to emergency waterworks on Lordship Lane, and buses are unable to serve stops between Dulwich Library and Horniman Museum.