PAVEMENT RENEWAL SCHEME
Road Name: Queen Elizabeth’s Drive N14
Further to previous correspondence, an additional section of the above road has now been identified for pavement renewal (see plan overleaf). This will involve reinstating a higher kerb face where possible and replacing the pavement with asphalt in accordance with Enfield’s Highway Maintenance Policy.
The work is due to start 7th March 2019 and will last for approximately 6 weeks. Please note that the dates could be subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.
Further information on the pavement renewal programme can be found on the Council’s website, under the heading More Services click: Roads and transport > Road and pavement maintenance. The map shows the London Borough of Enfield. Zoom into the map to find planned road and pavement works in your area.
During the works it will be necessary for a road closure to be in place. This will involve closing the junction with The Bourne with no entrance or exit for vehicles. Please follow the diversion route. Resident access will be maintained at the junction with Raleigh Way.
Your help with parking will enable works to be carried out with as little delay as possible and we therefore ask you to comply with any no parking cones and signs. If you are directly affected by the works, you may not be able to access your drive whilst works are undertaken outside your property. We therefore suggest you find alternative suitable on-street parking and during the works residents may park in the permit bays without displaying a permit.
We would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any inconvenience these works may cause and should you have any queries or concerns during these works, please contact us using the email address above.
Finally, a message from Enfield Trading Standards:
We would like to warn you against rogue traders claiming to be council contractors and offering to carry out private work, following recent incidents!
No Enfield Council contractor will tout for business door to door. Call 03454 04 05 06 (the Citizens Advice consumer helpline) to report any such incident immediately.