This shows proposed and current roadworks and street related events in Hammersmith & Fulham and the rest of London.
Please contact us for information about roadworks that were completed more than 3 months ago.
Download the latest version of our weekly roadworks bulletin (pdf 208KB) – this includes roadworks by utility companies and our own highway schemes, plus potential busy traffic periods.
Frequently asked questions about roadworks
Report a dangerous street or roadworks
To report a problem with street or roadworks please email us at email@example.com. Please include 'Website enquiry' in the subject line of the email.
Council works and utility company works contact details
Although we carry out some roadworks in the borough, most of them are done by utility companies (such as water, gas, electricity). If you are reporting a problem with roadworks, please make sure you contact the organisation that is responsible for them.
We currently have limited powers when dealing with utility companies and we cannot easily stop them digging up roads and pavements.
Residential Services: 0800 800 150
Business Services: 0800 800 152
General Enquiries: 020 7356 5000
Cable & Wireless
Cable & Wireless website
01908 845 000
020 7390 3900
EDF 24 Seven
EDF Energy website
Customer Services: 0800 0208 4587
Fault Line: 0800 0208 0247
020 8753 1100
Tel: 020 8753 1081
Fax: 020 8753 3048
Highways emergency services
020 8748 9787 (out of hours only after 5pm, before 9am)
National Grid website
Contact us | National Grid Group
Emergency Gas Escapes: 0800 111 999
Thames Water Utilities
Transport for London (TfL)
TfL is responsible for the following roads:
- Great West Road
- Hammersmith Flyover
- Talgarth Road
- West Cromwell Road
- A3220 (formally M41 West Cross Route)
Help & contacts - Transport for London
If you find a faulty traffic signal in the borough, or anywhere in London, you can report it directly to Transport for London.
Report roadworks - Transport for London
Cable digging and Construction | Virgin Media
Construction logistic plans (CLPs)
Where significant development is taking place in the borough we require developers to produce a Construction logistics plan (CLP).