Reporting Highway Issues
With five boroughs all meeting at Crystal Palace, it can make reporting issues harder or delayed, especially with issues on boundary roads. Many issues can be managed with www.fixmystreet.com that automates logging of issues. Details below for each borough and specific issues and reporting urgent matters.
Borough Contact Pages:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Customer Service)
Out of normal office hours, in the event of an emergency, call 0300 303 8671
Telephone: 020 8725 2816
SMS: Text “ENV” to 60660
Fax: 020 8763 1649
Telephone: 020 7926 9000
Report a dangerous tree or a tree that needs maintenance here.
Out of Hours: https://www.lambeth.gov.uk/elections-and-council/about-lambeth/contact-the-council-out-of-hours
020 7926 1000 For any other emergency only enquiries including dangerous structures
If you want to report a problem that is causing an immediate danger (e.g. a fallen tree or missing manhole cover), please phone our 24 hour hotline on 020 7525 2000.
Southwark has an interactive online map, that can show various information, including which part of the ‘Adopted Highway‘ that is their responsibility to repair. Click on image below to explore and press the this icon to see display options.
The app fixmystreet is useful. But. These types of apps are often unreliable on cross-border boundary roads, where the wrong Borough can be automatically notified by the app. E.g Crystal Palace Parade, the road has different local authorities managing different sections of the ‘adopted carriageway’ along its length. If in doubt, contact each of the cross-border authorities. When reporting, if the hazard is an immediate risk or danger please explain clearly why priority inspection and repair is needed. Boroughs also have emergency contact numbers.
Information on Local Borough Roadworks
London’s register of roadworks (TfL) site
Enter date range and postcode (e.g SE19 2BB) then use “Show Results on Map” view.
Details include Works Owner and contact phone number.
Bromley roadworks map: http://www.bromley.gov.uk/homepage/159/bromley_roadworks
(This does not include all roadworks in all other boroughs)
Search their Street works register. Includes company contact details.
Temporary Croydon traffic signals and road closures detailed on this link.
Also, directed to London’s register of roadworks site.
Users directed to London’s register of roadworks site.
Contacts for roadworks contractors.
To add other local highway news, please contact: email@example.com