A number of routes across west London are subject to roadworks and closures next week.

So before you jump into your car and head to work, don't forget to check the roads.

Work continues in Fulham Road between Gunter Grove and Evelyn Gardens, and Whitton Avenue West in Wembley is also subject to closures.

Below is a list of some of the roads where motorists should be aware of closures and roadworks.


The A4090 Whitton Avenue West will be closed in both directions between Greenford Road and Oldfields Circus on Monday (August 14) and Tuesday (August 15).

Closures will be in place between 9.30am and 3.30pm to enable road resurfacing works.

Kensington and Chelsea

Fulham Road is closed in both directions between the A3220 Gunter Grove and Evelyn Gardens and westbound at the junction of Beaufort Street for on-going National Grid gas main replacement works.

Closures will be in place until September 30 and two way temporary signals are in place at the junction with Elm Park Gardens.


Road users should be aware of restrictions on the Chelsea Bridge Road approach due to Thames Water works.

The B313 Ebury Bridge Road is closed northbound at the junction of Chelsea Bridge Road.

Transport for London (TfL) is advising motorists to use an alternative route.

Closures will be in place until Friday, August 25.


Various restrictions are in place on the A302 Parliament Square due to the refurbishment of the Palace of Westminster.

From Monday (August 14) until Sunday (August 27) Whitehall/Parliament Street will be closed to southbound traffic at the junction with Horse Guards Avenue and there will be no access to Parliament Square or Bridge Street.

Work will continue until September 30.

Also in Westminster, from Tuesday (August 15) until Wednesday (August 16) the A40 Oxford Street will be closed in both directions between Marble Arch and Orchard Street to facilitate routine maintenance.

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