Now that Crossrail has finished building the Elizabeth Line tunnels and the ground has settled, it is offering follow-up surveys for some properties. If your property had a pre-construction survey and you believe damage has occurred since then as a result of the works, you may be entitled to a second survey. For more information, you … Continue reading Crossrail – follow-up surveys offered now tunneling is complete
Yet more changes are being proposed to local bus routes, including the 25 and 115
Work starts today (9 November) to the final stage of the Crossrail-related work on the Ham & Wick sewer at the end of Wrexham Rd/Wick Lane
As of last week, Dragados-Sisk Joint Venture has capped the Ham & Wick sewers at the Wick Lane/Wrexham Rd site, which means residents will no longer have to suffer the smell of the open sewer when they open their windows or sit in the garden. Hooray! In other good news, from Monday 24 July all … Continue reading Ham & Wick Update: No More Sewer Stink
Christmas is coming… and so is the end of the Crossrail sewer works at the end of Wick Lane/Wrexham Rd.
Short notice (again) but work starts tonight at Crossrail’s Ham & Wick sewer site at the bottom of Wrexham Road/Wick Lane
No suprise to regular readers of this website that, yet again, work to close the Ham & Wick sewer shafts in the carpark at the end of Wrexham Road have been delayed.
The closure of the Ham and Wick sewer should see the end of Crossrail works in the area…
Bad news folks, the Ham & Wick sewer will stay open for a while longer while Thames Water completes other work further along the system
Crossrail work at the end of Wrexham Road and Wick Lane is coming to an end…