I have been informed by Tarmac of their following diversions at Henleys Corner from Monday coming (9th May) until further notice. The following is an extract of their letter to residents, together with a map showing the diversions.
Henlys Corner Improvement Scheme Carriageway Construction
As you may already be aware Tarmac National Contracting working on behalf of Transport for London (TfL) and London Borough of Barnet are carrying out carriageway construction work at Henlys Corner as part of an Improvement Scheme. The project is due for completion in December 2011 and the scheme will provide new signalised crossing facilities for pedestrians, high friction road surfacing and improved junction design to ease traffic congestion.
From 9 May 2011 carriageway construction work will be carried out 7 days a week from 07.00hrs – 19.00hrs and will require some additional night time works. We will send you additional notification in advance of any night time works. During carriageway construction, traffic management will be operational and carriageway closures will vary. Vehicles will not be able to turn right from any approach to the junction and vehicle diversions will be used to redirect right turning traffic, all diversion routes are shown on the enclosed diversion map. Please note that diversions will be operational from 9 May until further notice.
Bus numbers 82, 460 and 232 will not be affected by the diversions. Bus number 102 will use the green diversion route and bus number 611 will use an alternative diversion. For more information about bus route 611 please visit tfl.gov.uk.
Please also be aware that during construction of the scheme footpaths around Henlys Corner are closed and pedestrians should use the pedestrian diversion route which is displayed on maps along the footpaths around the junction. If you would like a copy of the pedestrian diversion map or If you have any concerns or questions about the scheme please contact me on free phone 0800 756 1406, mobile 07999 489357 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will do our best to keep any disruption to a minimum wherever possible and will continue to keep you up-to-date with the progress of the scheme. For more information about the scheme you can also visit tfl.gov.uk/henlyscorner.
And here is the map showing the diversions for right turning traffic.