Construction

Major Works | Albert Embankment

Address:
Albert Embankment, London, UK

Start date:
25/01/2018

Completion date:
19/02/2018

Update:

From the 25th January to the 19th February 2018, TFL will be undertaking various major works on Albert Embankment, which will result in delays. Temporary traffic management systems will be in place throughout the duration of the works.

Lumiere London

Address:
South Bank, London, United Kingdom

Start date:
18/01/2018

Completion date:
21/01/2018

Update:

Bigger, brighter and bolder, the Lumiere London light festival returns for a spectacular second edition. More than 50 artworks re imagine London’s architecture and streets, transforming the city into a dazzling nocturnal art exhibition. The UK’s largest light festival is free to visit and takes place north and south of the river Thames.

This year Lumiere has come to the South Bank, with 10 stunning artworks being unveiled in the area, including a number of brand new works specially commissioned for the festival, some old favourites, such as Borough 1 by Simon Corder, on the exterior of Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, and Thames Pulse by Jason Bruge.

Read more here

 

Lane Closure | Westminster Bridge Road

Address:
172 Westminster Bridge Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 7RW, UK

Start date:
26/02/2018

Completion date:
26/03/2018

Update:

There will be a lane closure on Westminster Bridge Road at the junction with Lower Marsh from the 26th February 2018 to the 26th March 2018, whilst Lambeth conduct works to the Railway Bridge.

8 Day Road Closure | Rennie Street

Address:
Rennie Street, London, United Kingdom

Start date:
15/01/2018

Completion date:
31/01/2018

Update:

Rennie Street will be closed between Monday 15th January 2018 and Wednesday 31st Jan for 8 days inclusive when required. This work was originally due to take place in December, but has been moved as the weather has been too inclement.

This is required to remove the sole remaining Tower Crane situated on the One Blackfriars site,  in order to finish the final façade components to the Residential Tower.

If  the works are completed earlier then the road will be re-opened.  Additionally, if the weather is inclement for several days the road will be will temporarily re-opened until such a time where the weather allows the continuation of works.

Emergency Roadworks - York Road

Address:

Start date:
12/12/2017

Completion date:
01/01/2018

Update:

Starting today 12th December 2017, emergency roadwork will be carried out on York Road, at the junction with Mepham Street. The work will be undertaken by Southern Gas Network to deal with a gas escape.

Traffic management will be in place until the work is complete: lane two eastbound is closed, and a carriageway width restriction has been enforced westbound.

The end date of the works is currently unconfirmed, with further updates to be released as and when the information becomes available.

Road Closure | Rennie Street

Address:
Rennie Street, London SE1, United Kingdom

Start date:
01/12/2017

Completion date:
24/12/2017

Update:

Rennie Street will be closed between Friday 1st December and Sunday 24th December for 8 days inclusive when required. This is to allow the removal of the remaining Tower Crane at the One Blackfriars development. Further information regarding specific days of closure will be provided as and when it becomes available.

Footway Closure | Upper Ground

Address:
Upper Ground, London, United Kingdom

Start date:
04/11/2017

Completion date:
07/12/2017

Update:

Footway closure on a section of Upper Ground next to Bernie Spain Gardens as a result of utilities work by Virgin Media below pavement level.

Construction Update | Garden Museum

Address:
A3203, Lambeth, London SE1, UK

Start date:
22/05/2014

Completion date:
31/03/2017

Update:

On 22nd May 2014 the Garden Museum development was granted permission. The permission was for the restoration, internal and external alterations (including partial demolition and provision of additional mezzanine display floorspace) to the existing church building, construction of single storey extensions within rear garden to provide a cafe and educational facilities, alterations to the rear churchyard including landscaping and relocation of tombs, removal and reconstruction of existing boundary treatment. 

Several approval of details applications have also been granted since May 2014. For planning application information click here.

Update: As part of the Garden Museum Development Project, the Medieval Tower of St Mary-at-Lambeth is potentially going to be open to the public. The development is due to be completed by March 2017.