Resurfacing works on Gravel Hill

PUBLISHED: 16:30 08 February 2018

Area affacted by stage 4 works on February 15, 16, 19, 20. Picture: Bexley council

Area affacted by stage 4 works on February 15, 16, 19, 20. Picture: Bexley council


The resurfacing work on Gravel Hill is progressing, and will move up to the junction at Watling Street and Broadway from February 9.

Area affected by works on February  9, 12, 13, 14. Picture: Bexley CouncilArea affected by works on February 9, 12, 13, 14. Picture: Bexley Council

On the nights of February 9, and February 12 - 14, the northbound traffic lanes on Gravel Hill will be closed from the junction with Broadway (the Marriott Hotel side) to Erith Road, just north of the junction with Broadway (the Prince Albert pub side).

Broadway will also be closed and there will be limited movements to and from Watling Street.

Traffic will be unable to travel up Gravel Hill northbound towards Erith Road, and will be diverted onto Albion Road towards the Highland Road roundabout, along Highland Road and Arnsberg Way to Mayplace Road West.

The final stage of the resurfacing works is planned to take place on February 15, 16, 19 and 20, with the southbound traffic lanes on Gravel Hill closed from Ertih Road just north on the Watling Street junction (the lanes along the side of the Civic Offices) to just south of the junction.

Watling Street will be closed close to the junction with Gravel Hill and there will be limited movements to and from Broadway.

Traffic travelling from Erith to Welling will be diverted into Mayplace Road West, on to Arnsberg Way and Highland Road.

Traffic to Crayford/Dartford will be diverted via Mayplace East and Perry Street.

Traffic travelling from Crayford/Dartford to A2 and Welling will be diverted via Bourne Road.

Anyone who has concerns about accessing their property during the works should contact the Conway Site Manager Alan Perrin on 01732 600700.

For more information on the works and to see maps of the areas affected, go to

London Borough of Bexley apologises in advance for any inconvenience during these improvements.

Timings are approximate and are dependent on the weather, and drivers should take extra care when following the main signed diversion routes as there will also be additional local diversions in place.

All diversion routes will be clearly marked and differentiated with symbols to follow through the area.

For more information on these works email, or call 020 8303 7777.


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