Road works, closures and diversions
Current and planned road works, road closures and events in Brent
Engineers Way will be closed from 10 May, signed local diversions will be in place until further notice
Applying for a road closure
Depending on the type of request a site meeting is usually needed to then issue a traffic regulation order. This involves the person or company applying, a representative of the council, the Metropolitan Police and, if the road closure is on a bus route, the bus operators.
Play Streets - close your road for children to play
We have a scheme called Play Streets to make it easy for you and your neighbours to close your residential road for to allow all the children on the road to safely play outside. Find out more.
Road closure for works
|For companies the cost of providing a legal notice for emergency works is £1,150 and the cost of providing a temporary Traffic Management Order with effect from Monday 5 June 2017 has increased from £2,150 to £2,250. This will apply to all new applications received from this date onwards.|
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Road closure for an event
If you are applying for a closure for an event such as a street party view our organising events page for advice.
Once the Borough Safety Advisory Group (BSAG) has approved the event we will require a minimum of eight week's notice before the event to carry out the required legal procedures.
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Applying for streetworks
A private streetworks licence is required for members of the public or businesses to undertake works that involve digging up or altering a pavement or road.
Temporary traffic orders
If a closure is required a diversion route may need to be signed to assist traffic to find a suitable way around the closure and to minimise disruption.
The cost of installing, maintaining and removing diversion route signing is usually the responsibility of those organising the work. The cost will vary depending on the type of work.
The minimum notice period is ten weeks. In all cases the diversion must be agreed in advance with us and the police.
What we do
We are responsible for co-ordinating work on the roads in Brent and it is sometimes necessary for road closures, temporary traffic controls and diversions.
We also issue Temporary Traffic Management Orders (TMOs). A TMO is the legal document that allow roads to be closed, restrict traffic movement for temporary road works or to manage events on the public highway such as street parties.