Today's Southwark News p.50 carries a public notice about a Temporary Traffic Management Order. Can't say how frustrating it is that I have to check newspapers for what and when council officers are doing things to East Dulwich.
The order itself is wrong thinking that Ondine Road has a junction with East Dulwich Grove, etc.
But piecing it together I think it warns that:
Parking will be suspended on Melbourne Grove from its junction with Grove Vale to East Dulwich Grove - presumably as a diversionary route - 20 Octboer -> 5 November.
East Dulwich Grove will be closed from its junctino with Lordship Lane to Matham Grove - 22 October -> 30 October - this is to enable a raised table to be constructed at its junction with Lordship Lane to make it safer for pedestrians and vehicles turning and also to resurface the road. From memory this will affect 1-29 & 2-20 East Dulwich Grove and see the no.37 diverted back to its old route.
Grove Vale will be closed from its junction with Melbourne Grove to Ondine Road - 8pm to 5am for 6 nights from 30 October to 5 November. Please avoid trying to travel through at these times unless on foot or bike as you're bound to be delayed. I don't think they mean Ondine I think they mean about 50m to the east to ensure they resurface the road where the new Puffin crossing is and to also build a raised table at the Puffin crossing.
Copleston Road junction with Grove Vale will be closed - 24 to 31 Octboer to buiild a raised entry treatment/raised table.
Any problems or concerns please let me know.
former Liberal Democrat Councillor for East Dulwich Ward (2006-2018)