Water pain: Westcombe Hill closure set to last all week

Westcombe Hill, 23 February 2015

We’re indebted to Craig at the @TfLBusAlerts Twitter feed for giving us some more info about the closure of Westcombe Hill in Blackheath, which is causing problems for local travellers at present.

The road’s been closed for four days to deal with a burst water main, with works not expected to finish until this Friday at 5pm.

Routes 108 and 422 are diverted via the A102 between Blackheath Standard and Woolwich Road, while the 286 is running straight down the A102 from Sun-in-the-Sands roundabout, skipping the Standard.

Wednesday update: Job done…

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2 Responses to Water pain: Westcombe Hill closure set to last all week

  1. Mary says:

    Thanks, guys! Helpful info and thanks generally for making us feel part of a community. X

  2. Chris says:

    Thanks, what a local blog is all about.
    Stumbled upon the works today and wondered what was going on.

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