Roads and pavements
Organising a street party or fete has never been easier in H&F.
Report problems with roads and pavements, including uneven paving, potholes, faulty street lights, dead animals, pavement obstructions and street cleaning problems.
Hammersmith & Fulham Council wants to improve the borough’s transport network and has launched a campaign called Get H&F Moving.
Apply online for highways permits including building materials, crane operators, hoarding, scaffolding, skips, tables and chairs.
Transport for London
Transport for London (TfL) is responsible for maintenance of the following roads in the borough: Westway, Great West Road, Hammersmith Flyover, Talgarth Road, West Cromwell Road, A3220 (formally M41 West Cross Route).
To report a problem with one of these roads, please visit the Transport for London website (opens new window).
Road closures for events
When there are major public events, the roads around the venue are sometimes closed.
» Other events - including the Boat Race, Queens Club tennis, fireworks displays, Remembrance Day
This transport plan for Hammersmith & Fulham is the second Local Implementation Plan (LIP2), a statutory document. This has been prepared under Section 145 of the Greater London Authority Act 1999, which sets out how a London borough proposes to implement the Mayor’s Transport Strategy in its area.
Gritting and snow clearance
In freezing temperatures we spread a mixture of grit and salt on roads and pavements, which helps to increase traction and melt ice. First we will grit the borough’s busiest roads, including those with bus routes or a high risk of accidents in freezing conditions. We will then grit other routes if necessary. For more advice, please go to the Met Office website's severe weather advice page
For more information:
Telephone: 020 8753 1081
Winter 2009/10 highway damage - Government grant
As a consequence of the severe winter 2009/10 weather, the Government announced that £100m would be provided to local highway authorities to help combat the impact of the severe weather. This money is to be made available to local authorities by way of a grant for maintenance purposes. Hammersmith and Fulham’s share of the £100m is £58,800.
» Read how the money is to be spent (pdf 155KB)